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German Field Telephones of WW I

  • iTD3 (Eiserner Armeefernsprecher) - "Iron" Army field telephone, early model 1913 with phonetic signaling. Rectangular telephone body made of iron and covered with black leather. Talk key on the right side. Wooden earpiece typical to late 1916 makes. Manufactured by Paul Hardegen & Co.

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The talk key of "Eiserner Armeefernsprecher" is located on its right side and needs to be rotated 90 degrees before talking. The white Calling Button (Summerknopf) is on the front side of the rectangular telephone body while black key (incoming signal strength increase) remained on the left side where it used to be in the 1905 model, the "Armeefernsprechgerät alter Art".

Length of the telephone - 275 mm, receiver diameter - 100 mm, weight - 1.3 kg.

We have another sample of Eiserner Armeefernsprecher in our Showcase No. 12.

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