: WE 202
: Western Electric Co.
: metal body and bakelite handset
WE202 marketing illustration
The 202 was the Bell System's mainstay phone in the 1930s. Few telephones were produced during WWII, and many 202s stayed in service for decades. Also known as the 'D1' mount (usually stamped on back), this phone has an oval base.
The designation "202" actually referred to the electrical configuration of these sets and the oval-base shape was called a D1.
Plain black or painted metal body. E1 or D handset.
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