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Old Yesterday, 8:17 pm   #21
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Default Re: The Queen's telephone.

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She doesn't look right holding a modern 746 in that room setting.
It goes nicely with her electric fires
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Default Re: The Queen's telephone.

I would think that messaging was by hand before a telephone system was installed in modern times. That's quite possibly the only instrument that has been there. It's highly unlikely that a radio operated system would be used in these insecure days.
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