TELEPHONE No. 314


Combined table handset telephone, introduced in 1953 and used by the BPO on shared service (separate metering).

The telephone has provision in the Bakelite case moulding for 3 press buttons.

The above picture shows a telephone with the 3 button holes populated.  There was a range of labels to choose from and the switch unit, that these buttons would have operated, was supplied separately to the telephone.  Unused button holes were fitted with a chrome blank.  Please follow the Keys link below, for further information.

Used on extension plans.

Click here for Button labels  - Web users - CD users

Click here for the circuit diagram - Web users - CD users

Keys for use in 300 type wall and table telephones

Lamp Fittings

Labels that fit in the sliding tray

How to wire your Telephone No. 314 to make it work on Plug and Socket

History, Technical and General Information on 300 type telephones

Collectors information

General fault finding on your phone

How to restore Bakelite

Dismantling the Handset

Dismantling your Telephone No. 314

Comparison chart of GPO 300 type telephones



The picture below is of a Telephone No. 314 in clear material.  These were usually for marketing purposes and made as required.  These are very rare.

 

 
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