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    Posted 10 years ago

    bem6207
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    This was found at my great grandmother's house. It also has the 4-pronged plug-in. Anyone have any information about it. This number G33881 was on the bottom of it.

    I'm sure the phone works it seems to be in really good condition. I want to buy 4 prong telephone converter as well. :)

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    1. ttomtucker ttomtucker, 10 years ago
      bem6207, I first I thought the candlestick was an old L.M. Ericcson made for the Asian market, but after looking at the other photo's I believe the candlestick was made in the late 1970's/80's by Semicon Electronics Factory in Singapore.
    2. nostalgiahunter, 7 years ago
      @ttomtucker, Hi Tom, I'm interested to learn more about the phone and the company that made! This is the first time I've heard of these phones being made in Singapore (I'm a Singaporean myself). A quick search on Google didn't yield any results.

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