Homer De Luxe transistor intercom system for office or domestic use

Made:
1960-1970 in Japan

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Homer De Luxe transistor intercom system for office or domestic use, comprising one three-channel master unit and one sub unit KE-357, together with connecting wire, Made by Homer, units marked 'Japan', no other details known, c.1960 -1970

Details

Category:
Telecommunications
Object Number:
2015-65
Materials:
electronic components, metal (unknown), plastic (unidentified)
Measurements:
overall [sub unit KE-357] lying flat (estimated weight): 20 mm x 100 mm x 80 mm, 0.25 kg
overall [master unit] lying flat (estimated weight): 20 mm x 100 mm x 120 mm, 0.3 kg
type:
intercom system
credit:
Jo Rogger
status:
Permanent collection

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