The United Kingdom's General Post Office (GPO) had a number of telephones that were provided by them for connection to their exchanges. Until 1982 the GPO had a monopoly on the provision of all telephones within the UK and so the range was limited.
Black GPO 232f/2 on number 26 bell set – the iconic “king Pyramid” This is a really nice example of this telephone produced in 1946; it is completely original and untouched. It operates perfectly on its original circuit. The only items not original are the modern microphone fitted to improve spee..
LOVELY VERY RARE GPO STYLE 232 PYRAMID TELEPHONE.ALL ORIGINAL GPO INTERNAL PARTS EXCEPT FOR THE HANDSET, LINE AND BELLSET CORDS, WHICH ARE HIGH QUALITY REPRODUCTION IVORY CORDS MADE IN ENGLAND
This telephone was produced recently by Ray Kotke in America and is one of onl..
Fully restored to a high standard and ready to plug in and use. HISTORY In 1929 the revolutionary and beautifully styled pyramid shaped tele 162 table telephones were first introduced in the United Kingdom. They were first made by Siemens and superseded the fantastic era of the ‘Candlestick’ tele..
Ivory 232 “King Pyramid” produced by the GPO in 1953, we have fitted high quality reproduction handset and bell set connecting cords. There is also a top quality cloth covered line cord. When we got this telephone the bell set cover, cradle and the plunger were severely damaged, and we have repla..