Submitted by Name: Dave From: Sorrento, british columbia ,Canada E-mail: Contact
Comments: looking at old phones to id the ones i have
Added: September 14, 2013
Submitted by Name: Robin From: Columbus, GA E-mail: Contact
Comments: Wonderful sight!
Added: August 29, 2013
Submitted by Name: bill From: louisville ky E-mail: Contact
Comments: Can anyone tell me how to wire a 592 ringer to a 202 western electric phone? Thanks, Bill
Added: July 19, 2013
Submitted by Name: Lokanath M.P. From: India E-mail: Contact
Comments: I was working in the Department of Telecommunications India since 1974. It is really exciting to go through and experience the old methods of Telecommunications . Really a great work and I appreciate all behind this site.
Added: June 11, 2013
Submitted by Name: Cully H From: Chowchilla, Ca. E-mail: Contact
Comments: I have a Model 317 H western electric telephone that has patent pending 1907 on inside of door. Also has locking screws on the left side of the door . Can you tell me what this may be worth. It also has NYPD P13 stamped on the inside back of the door
Added: June 3, 2013
Submitted by Name: oscar winberg From: sweden E-mail: Contact
Comments: With gratitude and a new-found interest in older phones "sends" Oscar of Sweden his heartfelt greetings!
Added: March 24, 2013
Submitted by Name: BOB WEISS From: BRESLAU, TX--NOWHERE BETWEEN HOUSTON AND SAN ANTONIO E-mail: Contact
Comments: GREAT POST! FASCINATING--THANK YOU. I DO LOCAL THEATRE, AND SOMETIMES NEED JUST TO MAKE AN OLD ROTARY RING--RING ONLY. ANY IDEAS? THANKS. BOB
Added: January 28, 2013
Submitted by Name: G. Ashley From: Dallas, Texas E-mail: Contact
Comments: Have a collection I am interested in selling. Looking for information on the old phones. I have about 10.
Added: October 3, 2012
Submitted by Name: Vickie Buck From: Woodlawn, Tennessee E-mail: Contact
Comments: This website is interesting and informative. My mother purchased what appears to be an old Western Electric telephone today at a thrift store. We have not been able to determine its age. It is a small oak box (approximately 10" X 7" with two "ringers" on the top and a rotary dial on the bottom. It has a oak hand set on the side. The ringers, dial, and metal on the hand set is nickle plated brass. The receiver has the bakelite parts. The works are accessed through hinges at the top. Any information about the age and possible value would be very much appreciated. My father worked for the Bell System for 35 years, so telephones are close to our heart.
Added: August 30, 2012
Submitted by Name: Larry Smith From: Bristol, Va E-mail: Contact
Comments: I have an old wall 1020's crank up phone. Everything seems to be in great condition inside and out except it does not have the ear peice. Please email me if you may have or know where I may find this part.