First pyramids

The First Pyramids

Metal Prototype 1929 Siemens Neophone

Rare prototype 1929 Metal Neophone, complete with cast base & internals, the very early version of the 162 cradle, the early “thin” plunger and rare (may be one of a kind) prototype enamel dial blank, accommodating a wide dial label.

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Black 1929 GPO 162

Ultra rare GPO 1929 162, complete with cast base, metal plunger & internals, copper lined dial holder, the very early version of the 162 cradle and an ultra rare early wide diametre enameled dial blank

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Black 1930 GPO 162

Rare GPO 1930 162, complete with cast base & internals, copper lined dial holder and the very early version of the 162 cradle.

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Metal Prototype 1929 Siemens Brothers No. 83 & 91

One of a kind. Phone, bellset and cradle are a made from a sand cast metal alloy. Also has a metal plunger, cast metal internals and the metal lined dial holder typical of the earliest pyramids. The Siemens 83/91 is simply a Siemens 82 Neophone on an open bellset.

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Black 1931 GECophone

One of the very first Gecophones with metal plunger & internals, copper lined dial holder and the very early version of the 162 cradle.

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Metal Prototype 1929 Siemens Neophone

Rare 1929 Metal Neophone, complete with cast base & internals, the very early version of the 162 cradle, the early “thin” plunger, and a very early 164 handset with 4 screws securing the mouthpiece.

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