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AE- 32A14 Handset Telephone with induction coil receiver

Started by stub, October 27, 2013, 04:46:47 AM

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stub

Here's wiring diagram of my AE 32 -                            stub
Kenneth Stubblefield        
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stub

Here's the handset. It seems that everything ,except the AE-34, that had this handset on it was called 32A14   stub
Kenneth Stubblefield        
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AE_Collector

Great info and pictures Stub. Thanks for the contributions.

Terry

Doug Rose

I picked up one on eBay for $55 delivered. First one I have ever seen with Bakelite in perfect condition. Bakelite just shines.

This is a Working Phone. Handset cord outer cloth is fraying but inside has no issue, no static rings conversation is loud and clear!

This is just an amazing phone...Doug
Kidphone

kleenax

I cast one once (or twice), but used the  monophone-type 38 handset.
Ray Kotke
Recumbent Casting, LLC

stub

Kenneth Stubblefield        
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Jack Ryan

Quote from: kleenax on March 09, 2021, 03:04:52 PM
I cast one once (or twice), but used the  monophone-type 38 handset.

There was, originally, a PSTN version of the AE-32 that used the Type 38 style handset. They were no always a PAX telephone.

Jack