Enigma Machines And Other Antique Cipher Equipment For Sale

Our original working Enigma machines generally range in price from $195,000 to $260,000 depending on condition and other factors.

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If you do not see what you are looking for, please do not hesitate to contact us.

We do often have additional antique cipher equipment on consignment that may not be listed on this page.

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3-ROTOR ENIGMA SN A7424Own this rare and important piece of World War II and computer history. This is a complete, museum-quality WWII German Enigma machine in excellent working condition. The serial number A7424 indicates that it was made by Heimsoeth and Rinke in Berlin in 1937.  This Enigma includes five rotors (I, II, III, IV, and V). All five Read more

 

3-ROTOR ENIGMA SN A01593 **SOLD****SOLD** This offering is a complete, museum-quality Enigma cipher machine in excellent working condition. The serial number of this Enigma machine is A01593 / bac / 44 E. This indicates that this machine was made by Ertel-Werk at Westendstrasse 160 in München, Germany, in 1944.  This Enigma includes five rotors (I, II, III, IV, and V). Read more

 

Dynamic and Rare Battlefield-Found Relic Enigma MachineHistoric battlefield-found, relic Enigma machine for sale. This is a 3-rotor Enigma I machine that was recovered from the ground outside the village of Sülstorf, Germany, approximately 120 miles northwest of Berlin. This is where the German 3rd Panzer Army, commanded by General Hasso-Eccard von Manteuffel, found itself on the last days of WWII. This Panzer Read more

 

Battlefield-Found Relic – Enigma Rotor A5350Own this important piece of WWII history! This is an original Enigma rotor dug from the ground in a WWII battlefield. This is Enigma rotor number III with Serial Number A5350. This serial number tells us that this rotor was manufactured in Berlin in 1936 and issued with the 3-rotor Enigma machine with serial number Read more

 

Set of 3 Matching Enigma Rotors – Battlefield-Find / RelicsThis is a set of three original Enigma rotors from a 3-rotor WWII German Enigma machine.  Rotors II, III, and IV all have the matching serial number, A8456.  The serial number indicates that these rotors were made in Berlin and issued with an Enigma machine to the German military in 1938.  These rotors would have Read more

 

Relic Enigma Machine Parts With Display CaseThis is a collection of relic and unearthed battlefield-found parts from Enigma machines discovered decades after WWII. 1) Rotor parts – There are 6 fragments from an Enigma rotor. The thumb wheel.  Three fragments from a number ring. The stepping ring from the output side of a rotor. And, the inner rotor shell with the Read more

 

M-125 RUSSIAN FIALKA ROTOR SETSet of 10 adjustable Russian M-125 Fialka rotors mounted on Fialka rotor shaft. An exciting and rare example of cold war-era cipher technology. The Russian M-125 Fialka cipher machine was developed shortly after WWII and is based on the German Enigma machine. This machine was used by all of the Soviet Bloc countries as well Read more

 

M-209-B CIPHER MACHINEUnited States Army M-209-B. This is a US Army M-209-B cipher machine in complete and working condition. Included is the original canvas case, all accessories, a copy of the original operator’s manual, and spare paper tape. This is a very good example of a WWII-era M-209-B that shows evidence of being used in the field. Signs Read more

 

SPECIAL NOTE ABOUT OUR ENIGMAS:
Original German Enigma cipher machines like the ones on this page are extremely rare and hard to find. Most Enigma machines were destroyed during the war as the German armies retreated or at the conclusion of the war when Churchill ordered them all destroyed.
As the pivotal role that Enigmas played in world history becomes better known, Enigmas have become even harder to find. The few that have appeared in open auction have been in as-is condition, not necessarily functional, and with parts missing.

EnigmaMuseum.com offers original Enigmas in complete and working condition. Every effort is made to use original or refurbished parts in the restoration of this rare historical cipher equipment. It should be noted that the Germans used brass on brass electrical contacts instead of gold, silver, or platinum, so absolutely perfect operation on every key-press on these 70 year old machines can not be guaranteed.
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