Other Foreign Bugs

Here are some examples of other foreign-made bugs.

(Click the thumbnails below to view a larger picture):

Eddystone Bug, England Inside the Eddystone Chinese Bug Made by China Scientific Instrument Co, Shanghai. Ca. 1930s Close-Up of the Chinese Bug Label
Bug With Beveled Base Made by Chinese Triode Electric Co, Shanghai Close-Up of the Chinese Triode Nameplate Hagernas, Sweden Unknown Key, Possibly Swedish
Vibro-Mors, France Vibro-Mex, Mexico Svenska Radio Bug, Sweden Copy of the Svenska Bug on a Marble Base
The Harlosa Bug, Made by SM7XY, Sweden. Ca. 1940's Danish Bug by EDR. Ca. 1941 Danish Bug, Type VX, Made by Christiansen & Bjarno, Copenhagen Another View of the Christiansen & Bjarno Bug
Russian Bug, Maker Unknown Another Russian Bug. This Company Also Made Straight Keys A&W McCarthy, Dunedin & Invercargill, New Zealand (Gil Schlehman, K9WDY Collection) Close-Up of the A&W McCarthy Nameplate
British Bug by Adgil (Gil Schlehman, K9WDY Collection) Swiss Bug by F.A. Bech, Zurich (Gil Schlehman, K9WDY Collection) Hungarian Vibroplex Copy by Javor-Gaal (Gil Schlehman, K9WDY Collection)

The Supreme Bug. Made in New Zealand. Ca. 1950s

Polish Bug by Zarzad Lacznosci. Ca. 1961 Ragar Ltd. Bogota Colombia (Gil Schlehman, K9WDY Collection) Close-Up of the Ragar Nameplate Portuguese Bug by Ramiro Eduardo. Porto, Portugal (Gil Schlehman, K9WDY Collection)
Close-Up of the Ramiro Eduardo Nameplate Brazilian Made Bug by Pirondi. Ca. 1970's Another View of the Pirondi Bug Close-Up of a Pirondi Bug Nameplate
Another Brazilian Made Bug, the Vibro-Rio. A Very Small Bug ! (Gil Schlehman K9WDY Collection) Another View of the Vibro-Rio Bug Italian Vibrax Bug Llaves Telegraphica, Spain. Still in Production
Chinese Bug by Changshu. Ca. 1980's Double Lever Bug by Alberto Frattini, I1QOD. Still in Production Copy of Vibroplex J-36 by Alberto Frattini, I1QOD. Still in Production The Begali Intrepid Bug by Piero Begali, I2RTF. Italy. Currently in Production
     
  Top View of the Begali Intrepid    

 

 

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