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Second World War (production), Second World War (association)
Prochal Ericsson Praha-Kolin
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Cable/ Wires: metal

Sheath: plastic

Telephone: bakelite

Cord Covering: textile

Base Cushions: felt


Telephone: Depth 177 mm, Length 250 mm, Weight 3 kg

Junction Box: Depth 73 mm, Height 30 mm, Length 47 mm

Teelphone: Height 139 mm

Coiled Cord: Length 330 mm

Catalogue number
COM 977

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