bell2724.gif (32197 bytes)This Telephone was developed by the Bell Telephone Manufacturing Co. of Antwerp in 1932.  These telephones were distributed in the UK by STC.  These would have been supplied for and used on private telephone systems (PAX).

Sometimes called the "Antwerp Telephone" and was the first Bakelite telephone that BTMC produced.

They came in the 16 colours:-
Black, Red, blue and Green (Bakelite cased).
White and Cream (Urea cased).
Walnut, Light Mahogany, Cashew, Brown, Dark Red, Chestnut, Light Blue, Dark Blue, Light Green and Dark Green.

Pictured is the BTMC/STC table model No. 2724

How to wire a phone to diagram ST132 or BP10959 to work in the UK.

There was also a wall variant, the Model 2725 (see pictures below).

External view
Internal view
Circuit Diagram ST 132 for above phone


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