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WW1 GERMAN TRENCH PHONE of 1905

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WW1 GERMAN TRENCH PHONE of 1905

German field telephone completely self contained needing only a power source.

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  • Eiserner Armeefeldfernsprecher.
    .......... Chip Minx, Kansas City, MO, 2nd of July 2016

  • Mr. Williams is correct above...the phone pictured is not the 1905. The 1905 was similar but was made of brass and aluminium the `talk` button is flush not a toggle switch.
    .......... A.C. Melka, Bangkok Thailand, 24th of February 2016

  • This telephone is the Model 1913 telephone which has the typical lever on the side which was made from Bakelite or wood.
    .......... John Williams, Mt. Pearl , Newfoundland, Canada, 3rd of July 2014

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