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Yes, if you are looking.

The cabin altimeter on the copilots instrument panel and the Pressure controllers differential pressure gauge.  

I think the true answer you are looking for is: No, there is no warning system for a high cabin altitude. Nothing that is originally installed equipment but there have been a few after market systems used.

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It took a while for the old brain to kick in. I remember many a Functional Check Flight checking this:

Low Cabin Air Pressure Warning Light
28V ESS DC CP Side
A low cabin air pressure warning light on the copilot’s instrument
panel will illuminate if the cabin altitude exceeds
10,000 feet

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