STE did not produce a large range of "French Ericsson" telephones. Initially their standard models were sold into the French market by their local agents. When the Colombes factory was set up they produced a few local models, but eventually they produced standard PTT designs.
Typical Ericsson phones sold into France by Ericsson agents
Left: Ericsson "skeletal" Model AC110,
Right: HA150 intercom
Above: early model from the 1910s.
Above: Desk set from the late 1920s
Above left: Ericsson DE series dial phone with monophone handset.
Right: Wooden wall set that coexisted with it through the 1920s.
Above: Left: Early 1920s model with simple handset,
Right: Later model with better-finished handset (about 1928)
Above: Left: CG400 type phone used from the mid 1920s.Note that the stamped-tube handset is still in use.
Right: The Marty range was a standard PTT design produce by many manufacturers. It could be readily updated to a bakelite handset as shown, or converted to auto by adding a dial at the front, although this 1940s example has not yet been converted. Note the French-designed handset.
Above: the model U43, designed to be a universal telephone for auto or CB use. Note the typical large French dial. That extra earpiece is still popular.
Above: The Ericofon was also sold into France.Although sold through STE, it was almost completely assembled in Sweden.