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ATEA TELEPHONE, 1950's

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ATEA TELEPHONE, 1950's

The instrument originated from a 1930ís design without the handle and a different handset style, made by ETEA in Belgium which was associated with Automatic Electric of Chicago.
This model dates from 1956 and was known as the U56, many were shipped abroad and used on private networks in the UK, it was made by BTMC or the 'Bell Telephone Manufacturing Company' in Belgium.
Known as a ''Teapot Telephone'' by some?. The bell transfer has been added and is not original.

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