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Telegraphy requires that the method used for encoding the message be known to both sender and receiver.Many methods are designed according to the limits of the signalling medium used.Commercial electrical telegraphs were introduced from 1837.
“We found one and then another one and another one. “It was surreal." The group had to register their haul with the finds liaison officer at the Museum of Lancashire, who in turn informed the coroner.
An inquest will be held to decide if the coins are of historical importance.
According to Morse, telegraph dates only from 1832 when Pavel Schilling invented one of the earliest electrical telegraphs.
A telegraph message sent by an electrical telegraph operator or telegrapher using Morse code (or a printing telegraph operator using plain text) was known as a telegram.
If declared treasure, then the British Museum will decide whether they want to take them or not and if they express an interest they will get first choice.
The club’s chairman Jon Ferguson said: “Finding 29 coins in Lancashire is unheard of.
On 2 March 1791, at 11 am, they sent the message "si vous réussissez, vous serez bientôt couverts de gloire" (If you succeed, you will soon bask in glory) between Brulon and Parce, a distance of 16 kilometres (9.9 mi).
The first means used a combination of black and white panels, clocks, telescopes, and codebooks to send their message.
Metal detectorist John Ward was credited with finding the first coin.
He was then joined by the rest of the team who unearthed the treasure.