Original German WWII Set of Two Element D (T 30) Batteries for the FF 33 Field Telephone - dated 1941
Original Items: Only One Set of Two Available. Here we have a wonderful set of two Element D (T 30) batteries for the German WWII issue FF33 Field Telephone. Each telephone would use one battery, and often a spare was kept. Both are dated with 41 ink stamps on the sides indicating production during 1941. The other information on the sides gives the maker and specifications for the batteries. Both also have the correct Waffenamt inspection stamps, and are totally correct.
Condition is very good, with a lot of the original wax sealing the top and bottoms intact, though they do show age. Very rare and ready to display!
The feldfernsprecher (field telephone) 33 (FF33) was the standard field telephone of the German military forces of WWII. It is a general purpose field telephone designed for wired communications. It was introduced in 1933 as a modern replacement for the previous WWI legacy field telephones the last of the series being the feldfernsprecher 26 (1926). The FF33 can also be connected to the Torn. Fu. D2 and Torn. Fu. Bl, and F series radio sets to act as a remote handset.
See the book Deutche Soldaten by Agustin Saiz, pages 170/171, for more information on the Feldfernsprecher 33 phones.
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