Talk:Ericofon

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Hello, The Ericofon was made in the USA by North Electric. Your description of the Ericofon states it was made by Northern Electric. Northern Electric was the Canadian subsidiary of Western Electric and had nothing to do with the Ericofon. Thanks, Richard Rose ericofon.com


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"...The first Ericofons were entirely mechanical..." -- an entirely mechanical telephone would be a tin can telephone? This sentence could be better structured to clarify that early telephones were more mechanical based than modern ones? Djegan 00:01, 7 February 2007 (UTC)