World War II Signal Lamp

Improved for modern living this chromed steel signal lamp still retains its historic feel. This replica features adjustable louvers that would have been used to send messages in Morse code during WWII. Stands at 77″ fully extended and uses a 60 watt bulb.

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Sometime also called an Aldis Lamp, after it?s inventor, this type of device was widely used for sending Morse code between Allied ships during World War II. This modern day reproduction brings all this exciting nostalgia into your own home.


Made of chromed steel, this signal lamp has been redesigned for modern living, yet still maintains its visual rich history. Louvers are adjustable, but not functional to send Morse code. This rugged piece stands on an adjustable full-metal tripod and can be set between 51? and 77? in overall height. Takes up to a 60-watt bulb (not included). Buy a color bulb for even more dramatic effects! Includes a 94? length cord with roller switch attached. Lamp housing measures 10-1/2? x 15.? Voltage US 110V ? 120V.

  • Uses 60 watt bulb (not included)
  • Includes 94″ long cord with roller switch
  • Lamp Housing measures 10-1/2″ x 15″