Morse Code Silk Necktie
Morse Code Silk Necktie. In 1844, a famous portrait painter named Samuel Morse ended his 12-year toil to perfect the electric telegraph, and the alphabet he designed for it - a series of dits and dahs used to spell out messages over cables to a receiver. It wasn't long before it became the standard way to send messages over a long distance, and the code is still in use internationally.
Since it takes some time to master Morse Code, this bold pattern of dots and dashes on your tie makes a stylish cheat sheet to learn A-Z and 0-9.
This print extends pretty high up on the tie, approx. 17" (46 cm) from the bottom point.
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