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RELIANCE INTERNAL EXTENSION DESK TELEPHONE, 1960's

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RELIANCE INTERNAL EXTENSION DESK TELEPHONE, 1960's

Internal telephone system used this phone as a direct method of communication without an exchange.
On the base is marked 15DJITS.

Donated by Ansafone

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  • I used to work for Reliance Telephone Co in the late 70' and early 80's. I actually used to maintain these intercom's, they were know as "cheese dish" intercom's as they looked like a classic cheese dish.
    They worked via a set of round batteries that used to be housed in a wooden box (usually in the cupboard) and had to be changed every so often.
    I was walking around my local aviation museum last year, and was surprised to see they had one on display too.
    .......... Colin Earl, Norwich (used to be Birmingham), 13th of September 2010

  • This is a Reliance(GEC) Intercommunication Telephone. 21 Line version. If this was used with the master station the plate between the switch hooks would have three lenses for the red, green and white lamps to indicate a master station was calling.
    .......... Ron Murray, Kirkcaldy, Scotland., 28th of December 2009

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