ERICSSON TELEPHONE No. 375


TABLE TELEPHONE FOR TERMINAL STATIONS No. 375

375.jpg (15844 bytes)This is our standard pattern table telephone set, and is undoubtedly the handsomest and most efficient table instrument on the market. Everything is most neatly and carefully finished, and every working part is of the best quality. The National Telephone Company have adopted this pattern exclusively on all their exchanges. Fitted with hand micro-telephone No. 520 with cord No. 2052, and flexible cable No. 2150 to the terminal block.

Weight 17 lbs.

Price 4 1 0s.

Introduced around 1892

See also AC110 for more information.

100,000 of the No. 375 were supplied in 1898 to the National Telephone Company for use in Britain.

The original L. M. Ericsson telephone, No. 370 was designed in 1884 and was first fitted with the handset, shown to the right, in 1890.

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This telephone is also known as an "Eiffel Tower" in America, "Coffee Grinder" in Australia and "Skeleton" in the UK.

This model was the first Australian desk set and was called the PMG Type No. 2 (1892). 


Taken from the Ericsson Telephone Catalogue 1903 and also in the 1897 Catalogue


From 1897 Catalogue AC110 From 1930 Catalogue

 

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