A c.1895 skeleton 'Deluxe Model' desktop telephone, cream painted finish, plastic fittings, converted by Ericsson to link into the 'Modern Phone System', various brass fittings, handle to top cradle, crank handle to side, dial to front.
An Ericsson skeleton desk telephone, the open cast iron base supports the bells beneath and cradles the Bakelite handled handset with brass mouthpiece and earpiece connected with original plaited cord, with brass side-winding handle
An L.M. Ericsson & Co walnut wall telephone, early 20th century, very similar in style to the Ab 520 model of 1905 with an arched back and decorative crest with bells above a sloping writing plane and a rectangular body bearing the L.M. Ericsson & Co Stock
Vintage Telephones, three Black bakelite [2 with crank handles, 1 with dial], (3) coloured plastic phones [cream, yellow and gray], Ericsson antique telephone hand piece only. Fair condition. (7 items)
A rare Marconi 'Telephone and Telegraph Domestic Only Receiver' in working order, the instrument licensed under Marconi Patents for private and domestic use only in great Britain, (This type of machine was viewed as a threat to National Security as a means
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