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lol . . . they probably didn't make it over here. We only had one 'phone company in the UK and the phones were 'hard-wired' in . . . socket phones didn't really start taking off until the 70s so phone designs were very standard unless you had plenty of money to keep having hte engineers come round . . . :D)
I had to look twice there Gail, you're looking very colourful this evening . . . :D)
You must have had a deprived childhood.... they were all the rage in the 60s.
Thank you Gail . . . :D)
I've never seen one of those phones . . . :D)
This beautiful puzzle reminds me of the old-fashioned telephones. Princess phones used to have the push-button dials in the earpiece, except they had 10 buttons, not 12.
A smaller, 49 piece version of this puzzle is available on