Field telephone used in World War One with extending handset and generator, housed in a square wooden box.

Telephone No. 100A was used by the Anti-Aircraft Control Batteries in France.

Diagram for the Telephone No. 100A Mark 234 is dated May 1917.

The Handset is a Telephone No. 102, which is connected to a Plug No. 406.

Telephone No. 110A Mark 234 Includes (1917)
1 x Coil, Induction No. 1.
1 x Jack No. 6.
1 x Condenser No. 3.
1 x 500 ohm Generator.
1 x Bell, Magneto No. 1A.
1 x Telephone No. 102.

Requires 2 x Cells Dry "W".

Diagram - E.C. 1134.

Mk 234

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