U.S. Army Air Corp Earphones



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U.S. Army Air Corp Earphones

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U.S. Army Air Corp Earphones
ca. 1941-1945
Radio Receivers Inc.

Content Description: 

Earphones. U.S. Army Air Corps earphones. The headband is a double metal strap covered with leather with ending in a metal pad. A bar that extends down and has the ability to swivel is attached to each earphones. The earphones are held to the headband by the swivels and two wires extending through the earphones into the other. The earphones have a housing for the wires and each earphone has 6 small holes in the ear cushion forming a grille. On the left side of the headband is a double wire twisted together to form an 11 inch cord ending in the plug body.

Physical Description: 

Headband: L:16 1/2'' D: 5 1/8'' Earphones: D: 2'' H: 3/4''
500 S Bronough St,Florida,Tallahassee,32399