This wall type telephone is a robust, dependable instrument as distinctive in design as the table set.
The moulded Bakelite casework is gate-hinged on a metal baseplate, to which it is fastened by one screw, and the cradle is designed to allow the micro-telephone to be suspended vertically over the front of the instrument during the temporary absence of the user.
The interior apparatus is in the form of a self-contained unit which can be readily removed from the case alternatively, the case, with equipment unit attached, can be lifted off the hinges for maintenance purposes.
Standard components of proved efficiency, similar to those in the table set, are used throughout and ensure first-class transmission and reception.
These instruments are normally black, but they can be obtained in Chinese red, ivory or jade green if specially ordered.
Micro-telephone Cord N4021
Introduced around 1948
Taken from the Ericsson catalogue, edition No. 49
How to convert a N1071A (all variants) to work on the UK plug and sockets
Last revised: November 06, 2020