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Crypto Museum is a non-subsidised privately-owned virtual museum. The curators work very hard to bring an interesting and diverse collection together, to describe the various items in great detail, and to share this information with the world. We also organise exhibitions, give lectures and share our knowledge with other museums regularly. More in our Mission Statement.
Donate equipment
If you have any items in your attic that might be of interest to us, please do not hesitate to contact us. Many items on this website have been donated to us in the past, and have greatly helped to enhance the collection. Anything you donate to Crypto Museum will be well looked after and full credits will be give to you (unless you wish to remain anonymous, of course).
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If you find the information on this website useful, you may want to consider making a donation to Crypto Museum on our special PayPal account. Making payments via PayPal is easy, fast and secure. If you already have a PayPal account, you can donate directly from that account. If not, you can use any credit card or bank account directly. Click the button below to make a donation:
Please note that financial gifts will only be used for the preservation and expansion of our collection. It will not be spent on salaries, travelling and other recurring costs. None of the Crypto Museum curators and volunteers get payed for their work.

Donate books
Authors and publishers of books related to cryptography, cipher equipment, security, spy radio sets, intelligence angencies, military radio, computers, the Cold War and World War II, are encouraged to donate a copy for our library.
Donate documentation
Any documentation in relation to equipment or companies mentioned on this website, such as company brochures, product leaflets, service manuals, circuit diagram, technical descriptions and personal notes, are most welcome. It will help us to get a better understanding of the matter and improve the quality of the information presented on our website.
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