Here Are 20 Devices From The International Spy Museum


Agents used the following devices in their missions through the history and these are now on display at The International Spy Museum.

Dog poop transmitter

A device used by the CIA in the 1970’s to put out radio signals and plan out airstrikes.

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Tobacco pipe pistol

This was introduced by the British Special Forces in 1939 which looked like a normal pipe cigar but at the same time held a deadly pistol inside of it.

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Tessina camera and cigarette case concealment

A fancy looking pack of cigarette by the German Stasi in the 1960s, which was, in reality, a hidden camera. Have a cigarette and snap pictures at the same time.

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Lipstick Pistol

Developed by the KGB during the Cold War, this is a unique spy tool which is also a deadly weapon at the same time.

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Gas assassination weapon

The 1950s brought out this weapon used by Soviet agent Bogdan Stashinsky to perform an assassination.

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