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    #2
    Maschinenr. smells of Maschinenraum , i.e. engine room. Looks like a ship phone.
    Cheers

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      #3
      Originally posted by Dufleuve View Post
      Maschinenr. smells of Maschinenraum , i.e. engine room. Looks like a ship phone.
      Cheers
      Thanks Dufleuve

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        #4
        Hello Schmidt

        maybe on a French boat ? the socket for the lamp is bayonet , what is typically French

        Germans using generally screw lamps

        Regards
        RV12P2000

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          #5
          A French application would have the text in French.
          Non?

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            #6
            Originally posted by rv12p2000 View Post
            Hello Schmidt

            maybe on a French boat ? the socket for the lamp is bayonet , what is typically French

            Germans using generally screw lamps

            Regards
            RV12P2000
            I can’t confirm this - all my radio station lamps have BA15d sockets...
            Otherwise I also can only guess the origin of the phone. Obviously meant to be rough environment usage.

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              #7
              french facory

              Hello

              It's not impossible

              French radio industry during the war to work for German industry

              for example, telefunken's AS59 transmitter was manufactured by sfr
              a text in French explaining this period

              http://siteedc.edechambost.net/CSF/H...ccupation.html

              the history of Thales etc... ;
              http://siteedc.edechambost.net/index.htm

              Regards
              RV12P2000

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                #8
                DIN 49721 is a typical socket for low voltage lamps as they been used in place where movements and vibrancy could cause bad contact (lamps in cars, ships, planes, machines, tools etc)
                In Countries like UK, Ireland, US and France they are also in use for electric illumination purposes in households, while here in Germany Edison sockets (E22/E14) are standard.
                So the likeliness of the fact that this socket built in a Siemens & Halske Phone from 1939 is coming from France is IMHO rather low, but of course not impossible.

                Investigating around the type I tent to believe that the phone could also been used in a mine.
                Do a google search for „ siemens & halske grubentelefon“... I could not find the one posted but pretty similar ones...
                by the way - London towerbridge machine room - there you find a Siemens and Halske Telephone as well ;-)
                Last edited by F.Knieriemen; 05-30-2020, 01:32 AM.

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                  #9
                  Hello Schmidt

                  photos found on the net of a phone model resembling

                  https://picclick.de/Original-Bunkert...586992345.html

                  regards
                  RV12P2000

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                    #10
                    Thanks for your comment and link

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