Telecom Australia model CT3 rotary dial public telephone
Model CT3 rotary dial public telephone introduced by Telecom Australia from the early 1970s and manufactured by Anritsu of Japan. Most were replaced in the early-1990s by the model CT3c, which was the first phonecard accepting payphones, which were subsequently replaced by the Telstra 'Smart' payphones seen today. More details here: publicphone.tripod.com/phone.html www.worldpayphones.com/units/unit-oz-CT3.htm
Balmain Post Office and Court House
Balmain Post Office and Court House Dated: No date Digital ID: 4346_a020_a020000129 Rights: www.records.nsw.gov.au/about-us/rights-and-permissions We'd love to hear from you if you use our photos. Many other photos in our collection are available to view and browse on our website using Photo Investigator.
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Poster - Electricity, The Melbourne Electric Supply Co Ltd, circa 1910
Poster issued by the Melbourne Electric Supply Co Ltd, circa 1910. It is a rare surviving example of a billboard poster used to promote the domestic use of electricity, particularly to housewives (as shown through the use of a woman ironing with an electric iron plugged into the light fitting. The woman's dress and the appliances date the poster to the late Edwardian period (circa 1910.)
Australia 1930 SG 117 Captain Sturt River Exploration Fine Used
Australia 1930 SG SG 117 Captain Sturt Fine Used SG 119 Scott 106 Condition Fine Used Only one post charge applied on multipule purchases Details N B
General Post Office,looking southeast from the corner of George St and St Martin's Lane (present day Martin Place),Sydney in 1877. View showing vacant lot at the left with advertising posters on fence for 'Wheeler & Wilson, Howes Genuine Sewing Machines','Instruments of Torture,Spanish Inquisition', 'Singer's Sewing Machines', 'Kerosene Oil','Coal','Sydney Mail' and 'English Furniture'.Sign on shops at right include Charles Bent Tobacconist (388 George St),Cafe de Belgique.