t012.jpg (11538 bytes)CB Pedestal Telephone

Originally called the "Telephone, Table, C.B., Micro type" they were a pedestal style, table telephone, with a handset, used on C.B. exchange systems.

These used the Telephone No. 38 or 86 as the handset.

Effectively, a Telephone No. 2 with a handset on a cradle.

Early table telephones were connected to the internal wiring with a Strip, Flexible Cord Connection.  Click here for more information.

Made by Ericsson and introduced circa 1902.

Used with a Bell Set No. 1.

Telephone includes:-
1 x Cord, Flexible No. 302.
1 x Cord, Flexible No. 409.
1 x Strip, Flexible, Cord Connection, 4 Terminal.
1 x Telephone No. 38.

Circuit diagram - N112.

Picture is dated 1905


Telephone No. 12 in use



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