TELEPHONE No. 64


Adjustaphone

C.B. telephone that consists of a fixed transmitter a bell receiver and switch hook, all mounted on an adjustable arm.

This telephone has no active transmission components, so a Bellset No. 1 is required.

The metal casing was used as part of the electrical circuit.

This telephone was originally called the "Adjustaphone, C.B.".

Introduced circa 1900.

Circuit diagram - N164 (Dated 1917).

Pictures dated 1905

 

 

 

 
 
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