Telephones of WW I
iTF2 - Portable telephone No. 132 made by
N.K.Geissler Co., model 1914. Field telephone with magneto
signaling and local battery.
be continued after the picture set...
= 310 х 230 х 140 mm, weight (less battery) 5.8 kg.
place of manufacture inside the telephone set was indicated
as "S.P.B." which used to be an acronym for
Saint-Petersburg, the capital of Russia at that time. This means the telephone
was manufactured before August, 1914, when WW I was unleashed. Shortly after
that Saint Petersburg was renamed into "Petrograd".