Original Item: First introduced as the Model 1933 these field communication telephones were produced virtually unchanged up until the late 1960s. Each phone comes in it's own bakelite case and operates with the use of two 1.5 volt Batteries (D-cell) and a fold out crank handle to initiate a ring on the receiving end.
Ingeniously designed with what appears to be a traditional wartime style handset, the lid interior has built in electrical circuit schematics for informational purposes. Used by the German Army throughout WW2 and continued in service for another 25 years into the Cold War era.
All phones are of post war production dating mostly from the 1957-1966 and each has a German maker’s data plate. These phones are virtually identical to the WW2 production except for small design variations and certain markings of course. Each phone also comes complete with copy of the paper pamphlet of operational instructions (in German).
Each in fabulous display condition, all of the phones we tested operate but we do not guarantee functionality. This is a chance to own a hard to find piece of German WW2 (look-alike) nostalgia. See the book "Deutche Soldaten" by Agustin Saiz, pages 170/171, for more information on the Feldfernsprecher 33 phones.
SET OF TWO (2) PHONES
Batteries and Speaker Wire not included.