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L. M. ERICSSON
TELEPHONES CG 1100 & CG 1110


TELEPHONE - TABLE
Common Battery Table Telephone (Type CG 1100 pictured)

Type CG 1100 (Original catalogue number No. 388)
388.jpg (25692 bytes)MICRO-TELEPHONE
RE 1011, resting  on a metal support with cradle-switch, with cord RS 6030 (Old No. 2241) and  flexible cable RS 9630 (Old No. 2224).

BELL CASE
Of polished walnut containing:
Ringer of 1,000 ohms resistance
Condenser of two microfarad capacity.
Disc Protector.


 

 

 

Type CG 1110
MICRO-TELEPHONE
RE 1011, resting on a metal support, with cord RS 6030 (Old No. 2241) with cradle switch, and flexible cable RS 9630 (Old No. 2224).

BELL CASE
Of enamelled steel, containing:
Ringer of 1,000ohms resistance.
Condenser of two microfarad capacity.
Disc Protector.

Total weight
CG 1100 - 8.37 lbs.
CG 1110 - 7.5 lbs.
 

Taken from the Ericsson Telephone Catalogue 1912 & 1911

Ericsson's first Central Battery telephone, first produced in 1903 and known as "The Spider".

Early models (CG 1100) used a wooden Bellset whilst later telephones (CG 1110) were supplied with a metal cased Bellset.

 
 
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Last revised: May 26, 2024

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