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FRENCH DUMPY CANDLESTICK TELEPHONE, 1941

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FRENCH DUMPY CANDLESTICK TELEPHONE, 1941

Made in France by CH Milde Fils & Cie and known as a French Candlestick.
Telephone Model 1941.

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  • This wartime telephone, marked BCI 1941, was a cheaper version of the 1924 set which had "ornated" French homes for years. After the war, both were superseded by modern Bakelite phones. The original dial was fitted with a black metal disc, and all cords were straight.
    .......... Thierry Deplanche, Paris, France, 16th of June 2011

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