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K7705

Handset Combination

Hand combination with Hunningscone-Deckert Granular Carbon Transmitter, Double Pole Ring Receiver, Fluted Ebonite Handle (without battery key) and green Flexible Cord.

Handset to the right is a K7707 (has a Battery Key in handle).

The handsets came in a variety of models, all similar in design to the K7705 but with different specifications:-

K7706 - As above, but with Suspending Ring on Receiver.

K7707 Similar to K7705, but with Battery Key in Handle.

K7708 Similar to K7707, and with Suspending Ring on Receiver.

K7709 Similar to K7705, but with Double Contact or Morse Key in Handle.

K7710 Similar to K7709, and with Suspending Ring in Receiver.

K7711 Fitted with “Manchester” Shot Carbon Transmitter, Double-pole “Ring” Receiver, Fluted Ebonite Handle (without Battery Key) and Green Flexible Connecting Cord.

K7712 Similar to K7711, but with Suspending Ring on Receiver.

K7713 Similar to K7711, but with Battery Key in Handle.

K7714 Similar to K7713, and with Suspending Ring on Receiver.

K7715 Similar to K7711, but with Double Contact or Morse Key in Handle.

K7716 Similar to K7715, and with Suspending Ring on Receiver.

K7717 Fitted with “Central Battery” Type Transmitter, without Battery Key in Handle.

K7718 Similar to K7717, with Battery Key in Handle.



Taken from the GEC Telephone Catalogue, K Section, 10th Edition, 1908

 
 
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