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WW1 MARTINS LTD TRENCH PHONE

Just one example of many Trench Phones used during WW1 type Telephone Set D Mark III. This one made by Martins Ltd of Birmingham.

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  • It appears to be a D111** Most likely a "Sterling" 1918 made item
    The real maker and date of the D111** will be on the back of the metal case if the unit is removed.....

    Martins Ltd was a leather goods company, they were one supplier of leather cases and and fittings....
    .......... Jonathan Paynter, Auckland New Zealand, 13th of October 2011

  • Telephone Set D Mark III (may be III* if the case earth has been disconnected). Standard buzzer call telephone of WW1.
    .......... Chris Suslowicz, Solihull, UK, 9th of June 2010

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