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In the UK and US comparable designs have been used, but pin spacing and pin diameter may differ. (Hollandse Apparaten Fabriek = Dutch Appliances Factory in Rotterdam, later in Ede). It consists of two Bakelite halves that are kept together with three aluminum cases. Wires have to be pressed between two metal parts of each connector tube (see no. The connector carries the French name "La Prise Blinde", literally translated "The Armoured Plug". Russian appliance connector made of black plastic with porcelain tip.The images below shows examples of Bakelite connector with steatite tip for protection against heat. They had a Bakelite molding facility from 1934 until the 1960s. In the Soviet Union it was common practice to indicate the price of goods clearly; inflation was not an issue in a strictly regulated economy.The appliance cord came with a toaster, made by the Swiss company Therma. Toaster dates back to the second half of the 1930s. Production of household plugs has always been modest in the Netherlands. You had to pay 44 kopeks for this type of connector.The logo of an unknown manufacturer shows the character M. {RH} Bakelite, earthed connector with semi side cord entrance, rated at 10A - 250V. The connector complies with BSS 562 on reversible connectors for portable electrical appliances (first published in 1934, revised in 1958, withdrawn in 1987). The inner part, with contacts for 5 mm pins, screws to fasten wires and cord grip is a separate unit.The abbreviation BSS (British Standard Specification) has fallen in disused in the late 1940s, in favour of BS. It is likely that the company has used an older mould, because replacing moulds was expensive. Production date unknown, but probably 1980s or later. Black 'knobs' on both sides of the connector are parts of a black plastic bar that separates the red (life) and black (neutral) wires; see image bottom right. {WN} * National is a no longer existing brand of Panasonic Corporation (formerly Matsushita Electric Industrial Corporation).{WN} * the company, founded in 1892, also used the brand names Goltone (see nos. Volex is now a part of the Electrium Group, that is owned by Siemens AG, UK. {RM} * PDL (Plastic and Die Castings, Christchurch, New Zealand) is a part of Schneider Electric Group and has branches in Australia and New Zealand. The classic looking model has been produced to at least the 1970s. company is not related to the British General Electric Company. The 3.3 feet (1 m) flex cord has a NEMA 1-15 wall plug. * NOMA was formed in 1925 as the National Outfit Manufacturer's Association, but since 1967 excists only as a licensed trademark, that is currently held by Inliten LLC, Glenview, Illinois, US.