Introduced in 1937 this Bakelite table telephone
was used on Police Telephone Systems PA 350 & PA
450 and fitted in Posts, P.A. No's 2 &
The telephone came complete with a drawer-less base that has
two flanges (one on each side - as shown in the picture) for
fixing the phone directly to a shelf within the police post
using wood screws.
The phone has no dial and the
aperture is fitted with a dummy dial plate.
Works in conjunction with a Re1ay-switch, Combination, No.2.
Telephone includes (1947 and 1956):-
1 x Coil, Induction, No. 27 (earlier supplies have No. 24).
1 x Parts No. 1/SBR/3.
1 x Parts No. 1/SBR/4.
1 x Parts No. 1/SBA/2.
1 x Parts No. 1/SCR/1 Black.
1 x Parts No. 2/SCU/1.
1 x Parts No. 1/SPL/321 Black.
1 x Parts No. 3/SSP/513.
2 x Parts No. 1/SBR/11.
1 x Dial, Automatic, Dummy, No.3 .
1 x Telephone No. 164, Black.
1 x Cord, Instrument, 3/63KB, 33".
To be requisitioned separately:-
1 x Cords, Instrument, No. 7/10M, 14".
1 x Relay-switch, Combination, No.2.
Circuit Diagram - N344.
Drawing - 90475.
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