Black Siemens 312 dated 1952

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This model is hard to find in good condition and screams Art Deco. Early 1930s to 1950s. This one is in wonderful condition as you can see. This model was featured in the classic Hitchcock film "Dial M For Murder". ITV3 10pm Sunday 14th sept 2014 filmed in 1954. Should be on catch up for a while after.

A pulse to tone unit can be fitted at £40 click box on check out.



This is a exceptional example with no side cracks or chips as is very common with this model. The No 10 dial is dated 1952 and so his would probably be the date of manufacture. This is a real statement telephone and shouts the period it was designed and first manufactured in 1931. See the advertisement of this model in 1933 to the side right. This telephone has been totally stripped down and rebuilt after each part has been cleaned and polished. It is fitted with a best quality electronic microphone, British manufactured hand plaited braided handset cord and a black round plastic GPO specification line in with a UK telephone plug socket. It has a genuine No10 with a stainless steel dial palte plate dated 1952 with a beautiful number enamel dial face. It has been converted and tested to work perfectly and should be fine on any telephone provider. This model is one of my personal favourites and I always try my best to have them on my site. I can make a dial label with your information at no extra charge. ready to plug in and go

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