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Antique telephone

Step back in time with our collection of vintage antique telephones. Discover classic designs that add a touch of nostalgia to your home decor. Start your collection today!
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About this item VINTAGE TELEPHONE DECOR - Candlestick phones, produced from 1890 - 1920, are in high demand with collectors around the world as vintage home decor. Plus, let's face it, you'll look really awesome talking into the mouth piece the next time you order pizza! OLD FASHIONED TELEPHONE - This functional telephone includes modern features: push button dialing, adjustable receiver and volume controls, last number redial, and a clear electronic ring. HIGH-QUALITY - Based off historical…

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Eli Olvega
https://flic.kr/p/22Zq1CB | The Magnificent Seventy-Seven - N2140198 | A type 77 telephone built by Siemens Brothers of Woolwich for GPO in 1920. This phone is restored to working condition. Wall Phone, Desk Phone, Meiji Restoration, Antique Telephone, Grimsby, Stockport, Telephones, Work Conditions, 1910s

A type 77 telephone built by Siemens Brothers of Woolwich for GPO in 1920. This phone is restored to working condition. These were made for use on five exchanges in the UK made by Siemens installed after the first world war: Stockport, Grimsby, Southampton and two villages, Ramsey (Bucks) and Hurley. This was the wall-mounted counterpart of the type 82: www.flickr.com/photos/94731913@N03/40181975314 .

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Chris Boyce
Model: wall switchboard phone   Made by: Viaduct Manufacturing Co.  From: 1890s  Courtesy of: Tom Adams    This Viaduct wall switchboard looks to have six 'drops' (the silver plates on the lower box), meaning it had a six line switching capacity. The Viaduct Manufacturing Company was based in Elk Ridge, Maryland, and the company name came from the brick viaduct that had to be built next to the company's plant to support the B railroad tracks. Antique Phone, Antique Telephone, Telephone Booth, Radios, Pompe A Essence, Telephony, Vintage Appliances, Retro Phone, Vintage Phones

Model: wall switchboard phone Made by: Viaduct Manufacturing Co. From: 1890s Courtesy of: Tom Adams This Viaduct wall switchboard looks to have six 'drops' (the silver plates on the lower box), meaning it had a six line switching capacity. The Viaduct Manufacturing Company was based in Elk Ridge, Maryland, and the company name came from the brick viaduct that had to be built next to the company's plant to support the B railroad tracks.

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Viana Blum