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.
A brass, Bakelite, chrome and hardwood wall telephone, circa 1920s, provenance: The Nec collection, the wall telephone, (possibly a 37AW model) with a pair of bells, separate hand piece and a rotary dial. Length 24 cm. Width 24 cm. Depth 20 cm
A brass and Bakelite 'Kellogg' stick telephone, early 20th century, provenance: The Nec collection, the stick telephone with a separate earpiece and rotary dial, inscribed 'Kellogg' to the mouthpiece with inscribed patent dates from 1901-1907 and 1908 to t
A brass candlestick phone, bearing engraved label of Ge Co telephone works, Coventry, England, of typical stick form with a trumpet ear piece, a broad base supporting the dial, and a microphone mouthpiece, the ear and mouthpieces and the separate bell set
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