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WW2 Military Field Telephone Set with a Morse Code Key

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    Posted 10 years ago

    gadgetwizard
    (6 items)

    WW2 field telephone set with a morse code key. In excellent condition. Very rare. There is one identical in the museum of technology in Hemel Hempstead. It was used in the early part of world war two, around 1940. It was based on Colonel Fullers designs of field telephones. later to be replaced by many more styles upto type 'J'

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    Comments

    1. tranny sue, 10 years ago
      I love the look of it. is it a model D MKV?
    2. Henry Sr., 9 years ago
      Just got a pair today does anyon know if u can still use them or if u could trace back and may be find were it was in service...Any info about them I would love to hear..thanks Henry Sr

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