Bakelite cased table telephone instrument intended for use with Repeater, Telephonic No. 9A (another battery operated box with a valve in it!) for the hard of hearing in CB/Auto areas.  Power to the repeater was connected when the handset was lifted but nothing would be heard until the valves had warmed up, which usually took several seconds.

Similar to the Telephone No. 162 the differences being the handset, which was a a Telephone No. 184 and an additional contact set (make) on the switchooks.

This telephone was superseded in 1934 by Telephone No. 226, used with Repeater, Telephonic No. 17A.

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

Circuit diagram - N292.

General information on 200 type telephones

Lamp Fittings

How to dismantle a Telephone No. 192

Collectors Information - what to look for

How to restore Bakelite

How to fit a Bellset to a Pyramid Telephone

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