Submitted by Name: Juliette Jenner From: New York, NY E-mail: Contact
Comments: I love antique telephones, old and well made repros. I will certainly visit your website if I need parts, repairs - or telephones! At present my favorite is the Eiffle Tower Antique Phone. It will be a perfect compliment to my Antique Typewriter. I love, love, love Antique Typewriters! As for local typewriter repairs, there seems to be, or was, one hiding in a curio shop that sometimes sells Antique Typewriters. in zip code 10014. I guess people -or tourists, who love Antique Telephones also love Antique Typewriter, and care of one may require care of the other, but the repair person may only be available when the antique typewriters are offered for sale. Curious. JJ (Note: Not related to, nor affiliated with, persons of name.
Added: April 1, 2016
Submitted by Name: Todd Woodruff From: Lafayette, In. E-mail: Contact
Comments: My wife and I are flea market junkies as well as a regular vendor at our local one. We came across a Elliott Phone Co, Indianapolis, In wall phone with what looks to be an extra remote ringer box. Any light you could shed on this for me would be greatly appreciated. My wife wants to keep it to go with her 3Hoosier Cabinet set. If I keep it, how far should I go refinishing it. I restore fire/water damaged antique furniture, and have established a great reputation in our area. So it wouldn"t be a borderline restoration. Thank You in adavance. Woody.
Added: February 14, 2016
Submitted by Name: vernon From: fort worth tx E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hey I have a old phone and it has the its printed on the ear peace, [ Bell System Made by Western Electric F-1] I was just wanted to no what its worth were do you Look?
Added: December 4, 2015
Submitted by Name: Allen Hankosky From: San Antonio,Tx. E-mail: Contact
Comments: 42 years in telephone business. Have some old sxs tools and wire guns for sale
Added: August 12, 2015
Submitted by Name: carl terranella From: riverside california u.s.a.
Comments: don't let history die. old tech is cool.
Added: July 7, 2015
Submitted by Name: Robert A. Fairey From: Houston, Texas USA E-mail: Contact
Submitted by Name: Shawn Wells From: New York E-mail: Contact
Comments: Nice to have information like this gathered so meticulously.
Added: May 14, 2015
Submitted by Name: Katie Hoffman From: Roseville, CA E-mail: Contact
Comments: I'm a new telephone collector. I recently picked up a couple of intercom type phones. Both of the receivers are marked Coach. I can't find anything regarding this manufacturer. I wonder if you or your readers have any info?
Added: March 8, 2015
Submitted by Name: Stanley H. Davis, Jr. From: San Marcos, Ca. E-mail: Contact
Comments: AWESOME site. Looking forward to browsing the many helpful topics and photos. I started working for C&P Of Virginia in 1969 and worked as a PBX installer. Then moved to California and worked for PT&T in Pasadena as a station installer. Then moved to San Diego and finished my career with PacBell. I was a station installer, did prewire, station and coin repair then testboard. I retired with 33 years service. Right after I retired I started working for Golden Telecom in San Marcos where I am still employed after 13 years.
Added: January 31, 2015
Submitted by Name: Donald Husar From: Palmdale Ca E-mail: Contact
Comments: Looking for info for an AE 50 wall phone. I need a ringer assy for the one I have. Help please.