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Gray-Western 174G PayStation Company Phone

Started by MagicMo, April 21, 2013, 12:53:20 PM

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G-Man

Your father was incredible, he knew exactly what to collect!!

BELL SYSTEM PRACTICES                                                  SECTION C42.143
Station Installation and Maintenance                                  Issue 1, September, 1952
                                                                                       AT&T Co Standard


COIN COLLECTORS
CONVERSIONS 191G TO D-179432
AND 195G TO D-179433
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MagicMo

#46
Here is some pictures of the 195G.
Most of the dates are from the 60's.Not sure how to decipher this one.
If you have any knowledge regarding this please post.
Thanks,
Mo

PS. Inside where the coin box looks like the date of: III-52
Practice Kindness :)

MagicMo

I also found this vault door. Not sure if it belongs to this one?
Mo
Practice Kindness :)

Greg G.

Quote from: kleenax on April 23, 2013, 12:11:38 PM
...And one last thing; the coin chute within is CRAMMED with coins; empty it out!

Regards,

Ray Kotke (aka - Kleenax)

I'm anxious to see those coins, I'll bet they're collectible by themselves!  I'm picturing some pre-1964 coins or better.      
The idea that a four-year degree is the only path to worthwhile knowledge is insane.
- Mike Row
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kleenax

Quote from: MagicMo on May 06, 2013, 11:18:06 PM
Thanks Ray,
I'm sure I will come across the right one here.

I found a 195G Payphone. Do you know anything about that particular phone?
Thanks
Mo 

Uh-oh;

Are you setting me up?  Remember what happened the last time I told you about payphones! :o  ;D
Ray Kotke
Recumbent Casting, LLC