Telephone No. 6

This phone was from the General Electric Company in Britain. It was originally built by Sterling Telephone & Electric to a British Post Office pattern which was in turn based on a Western Electric design, but GEC bought the phones in and renumbered them as part of their range. They were aggressive overseas marketers so the phone came in from GEC rather than Sterling. GEC also sold Peel-Conner telephones under both the Peel-Conner and GEC brands.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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