TELEPHONE No. 123


Coin box mounted on a wall board, complete with Transmitter arm.  The Box Coin Collecting No. 13 has a bell receiver that locates on switch hooks fitted in the top left hand side of the casing.  This telephone still required a Bellset No. 1.

Used in Automatic exchange areas.

The coin mechanism (Mechanism No. 13) was superseded by the Mechanism No. 14.  The main difference being the bullet shaped brass connectors that locate on brass strips, fixed to the coin box case.

Below is the makers imprint and date from the rear of the back board from the set shown to the right.

Fitted with a Lock No. 31 (Engineering cover and a Lock No. 6 (Coin box cover).

Telephone included (1928):-
1 x Arm, transmitter, No. 1.
1 x Box, coin-collecting, No. 13, complete.
2 x Cords, instrument, No. 116.
1 x Cord, instrument, No. 222, waterproof.
1 x Cord, instrument, No. 613.
1 x Frame, notice, No. 18.
1 x Glass, No. 22.
1 x Hook, receiver, F.
1 x Mounting, Dial, Automatic, No. 5.
1 x Switch, receiver, No. 2.
1 x Transmitter, No. 1.
1 x Receiver, Bell, No. 1A.

To be requisitioned separately:-
Dial, automatic, No. 11 BA, FA, FS, FW, or LA, as required.
Key, lock, J (Fits Lock No. 31).

Superseded the Telephone No. 119.

Circuit diagram - N223.
Diagram A.T. 1860.
 

Additional Pictures

Telephone No. 123 with glassed reject shute (1930)

 
 
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