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K7790

THE “BOTHCALL” DIRECT WORKING WALL TELEPHONE
WITH HIGH-CLASS DOMESTIC HAND MICROTELEPHONE
(Without Induction Coil)

Arranged for Ringing and Speaking both ways.

Consisting of a hand Microtelephone with Ringing and Speaking Key in Ebonite Handle. Two-conductor Flexible Cord, 3 inch. Circular Call Bell, Suspension Hook and Terminals mounted on a polished Walnut Base. Exterior metal parts Nickel plated and Polished.

Price in 1908 was £1.4.9

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


1926 model 1932 model

K7790

Wall pattern Battery Call telephone
(without induction coil)

Handset has key in handle and hangs from a round walnut base with ring key and 3 inch circular bell.

This instrument is constructed of polished walnut and the finish of all external metal work is oxidised.

Cost in 1916 was £1.2.6
Cost in 1926 was £2.12.0
Cost in 1932 was £2.10.0

Found in the 1916, 1926 and 1932 Catalogues

 
 
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