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#20678 11/18/08 08:50 PM
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I am looking for all the pics of phones that I can get. With of course the name of them and system they go to. No matter how old or new. I am working on a slide show of all the sets out and doing a graph of system and sets.
If anyone has some they can send please do and I will keep a list of them and post back here so I don't get the same stuff over and over.


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Here is one:

[Linked Image from i98.photobucket.com]

Here is another (Available for sale; make offer):

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Clicking on the image below, then choose "Full size" (in the upper righthand side of the page). Download the *.jpg and use photo editing software to isolate and save individual images.

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Here's a picture of an Inter-Tel Axxess Executive phone, new style, part number 550.4500
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#20682 11/19/08 05:20 AM
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thats a cool pic dagwoodsystems. I downloaded it but it saves it as a .wbz file. How do you open it?

You should post it on another site that lets you download the file in .jpg format. I like to use www.phototiki.com. It works well and you can send from your camera phone directly to the site.


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WOW!

A Merlin PFC, I had to stare at it a while to remember what it was.

It's a combination BIS-34 & a Fax Machine.

It went over like a Lead Balloon.


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In NY the PFC was fairly popular.

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The Merlin PFC was a great concept (in theory), but with most Merlin products required specialized parts; the paper used to fill it was 1/2" core where as the huge majority of thermal fax machines of the time were 1" core. I still have mine, even though I don't use it, I still have a litle niche for it in my heart. Then again, I packrat all my Merlin stuff...even my Merlin Plus data collector for SMDR.

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Micheal, who made that key phone, intercom phone, whatever phone? It's like the Pontiac AZTEC, so ugly it's cool. smile John C.


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