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Parlour Telephone without Induction Coil

Hand combination with circular walnut wall rosette, with ringing key, for ringing both ways.

Hand combinations fitted with black hardwood handles and speaking key, double pole receiver, carbon granule transmitter and mouthpiece.

They have no induction coils, all the metal parts being oxidised copper bronze.

For connection to existing electric bell systems and all wall mounted.

Size - 10.5 x 2.5 x 3

Cost in 1932 and 1935 was £0.17.6

Taken from the 1932 catalogue and the GEC Book of Everything Electrical 1935

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