Telephone [Rotary dial]

G.E.C. (New Zealand) Ltd., Manufacturer;  New Zealand Post Office, Attributed to; 

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Maker and Role
G.E.C. (New Zealand) Ltd., Manufacturer
New Zealand Post Office, Attributed to
Rotary dial table mount telephone. Telephone casing is made of green plastic in three tones. Clear colourless plastic dial on front reads clockwise "0" to "9". The telephone body is approximately rectangular with an angled front and receiver cradle on top. The receiver connects to the rear of the body via a coiled cable. Also extending from the rear of the body is another wire which ends with four disconnected wires (red/white/blue/green). The telephone has two internal bells. The unit rests on four small circular rubber feet.
Processed Material/Synthetic/Plastic
Processed Material/Metal
Processed Material/Metal/Alloy/Copper Alloy/Brass
Signature/Marks and Type
G.E.C. (NEW ZEALAND) LTD. / TYPE 746 / NZPO TYPE 100 / 72/7 Printed
PDL Impressed
TVM / 12 Impressed
Accession No
Credit Line
G.E.C. (New Zealand) Ltd. et al. Telephone [Rotary dial], 2019.108.8. The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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