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Aust Signal Equipment Collection

Article about: G'day All, Here's my Sigs lot, mostly Australian that I've collected over the years

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    Cheers Guys


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    Not Aust, but this is the rest I have

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    Quote by karkee View Post
    That's a phenomonal collection René! I really like it all
    Coming from you this an accolade that's for sure Kind Sir!

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    Sweet collection!

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    You will not believe what I found cleaning out Dads garage. Maybe left over from his National Service days? He cant remember. Dead ringer for Rene's. Its also a 1942 with serial number 14133 which is less than one hundred ahead of Rene's if I am reading his serial number correctly. The rare globe seems to be intact too. Now I just need to find the box and stand.


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    Bloody nice one! you better look closer the rest still maybe there?

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    Alas, no box or tripod in the garage. Something I may have to shop for.

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    Very nice collection of signal equipment

    I don't really know why, but I have a really soft spot for field-phones.
    Maybe it's their simplicity or ruggedness that is appealing?

    Some of the very first ones - in their wooden boxes, with brass fittings and fabric cables are simply wonderful.
    But WWII field-phones have a more "industrial" look to them, that I find equally pleasing.

    Thank you for sharing
    Πόλεμος πάντων μεν πατήρ εστί, πάντων δε βασιλεύς.

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    Quote by 37Webbing View Post
    Very nice collection of signal equipment

    I don't really know why, but I have a really soft spot for field-phones.
    Maybe it's their simplicity or ruggedness that is appealing?

    Some of the very first ones - in their wooden boxes, with brass fittings and fabric cables are simply wonderful.
    But WWII field-phones have a more "industrial" look to them, that I find equally pleasing.

    Thank you for sharing
    No problem Thank You Kind Sir

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    Not WW2 but worth showing 1960 set C42 Malaya period

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