Two complete field phones, dated 1943 and 1944 and both handsets are dated 1944. One phone is manufactured by Braun (makers of electronic toothbrushes amongst other things), I don't know who made the other one. Both have original German alpha codes on cases, not the NATO codes. They have been completely dissasembled, cleaned, and reassembled by me. They include all the parts needed to work except batteries and shoulder straps (batteries you should make, At The Front sells P/W Norwegian straps made for these phones). The phones work fine and are serviceable, I even include some telephone wire for you! They both have the plastic battery cases which are worth their weight in gold. The bakelite cases are in excellent condition with no cracks or chips. All in all a very fine set to add to your German militaria or telecomm collection.
I will ship UPS as they are cheaper for heavier packages. Stand by for weight and shipping quote. I will see if I can fit them in a USPS Large Flat Rate Box , if so I will refund the difference!
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