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A Rare Siebe Gorman & Co Ltd, Two Diver Wooden Telephone Box, Model 133 Circa 1920’s,with maker

In The Jack Sue Collection of “Z Force” Militaria...

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Claremont , Western Australia
A Rare Siebe Gorman & Co Ltd, Two Diver Wooden Telephone Box, Model 133 Circa 1920’s,with maker plaques: ‘Siebe Gorman & Co Ltd. Submarine Engineers, London (Patent)’ & ‘PATT 133’ Complete with operators headset and mouthpiece and with two original divers headsets Provenance: Ex Broome, same as Lots: 67 - 69 Height: 22cm; Width: 42.5cm; Depth: 30cm With custom wooden crate
A Rare Siebe Gorman & Co Ltd, Two Diver Wooden Telephone Box, Model 133 Circa 1920’s,with maker plaques: ‘Siebe Gorman & Co Ltd. Submarine Engineers, London (Patent)’ & ‘PATT 133’ Complete with operators headset and mouthpiece and with two original divers headsets Provenance: Ex Broome, same as Lots: 67 - 69 Height: 22cm; Width: 42.5cm; Depth: 30cm With custom wooden crate

The Jack Sue Collection of “Z Force” Militaria, plus Diving Equipment & Militaria, Sporting (Eagles) & Other Collections

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