Submitted by Name: Melinda Booth From: Tuscaloosa Alabama E-mail: Contact
Comments: i have a capehart farnsworth Iternational telephone and telegraph a divison of it&t Model #88p66ni 105-120 volts ac-dc 20 watts or 90volt "b " &9 volt "a" batteries it was licenjsed by radio corp. of america western electric company and at&t fort wayne indiana also has another model number of 11723 and a serial number a reception chart on left side and a time chart on right side in wooden case that folds sown in front a antenna works very well very good condition allits missing is the handle on top ... please help me find out about it ... thank you if possible i would also like to know value
Added: July 8, 2011
Submitted by Name: Bob Leming From: Escondido, Ca. E-mail: Contact
Comments: I've got a few old phones, I'll keep in touch.
Added: April 28, 2011
Submitted by Name: Chuck Rask From: Farmington, IL E-mail: Contact
Comments: My wife & I are restoring a nice old oak wall phone and I am looking for info about troubleshooting the magneto.
Added: February 21, 2011
Submitted by Name: J. Alan Barringer From: Raleigh, N.C. E-mail: Contact
Comments: Recently came across an Autophone-100 position-S.H. Couch & Co and a 302G telephone from my parents estate. I would like to find a private collector who might like to have same for a fair price. Is there an "Antique Phone" collector's website that I can use for this purpose? (919-846-9331)
Added: January 24, 2011
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Comments: Hello, hello
Added: January 17, 2011
Submitted by Name: Vmower From: Murray, Utah E-mail: Contact
Comments: inherited some phones from my dad both of us worked for mt states finding some great info to getting these restored
Added: January 9, 2011
Submitted by Name: ROBERT BYE From: PA
Comments: LOOKING FOR PARTS FOR 1903 NORTH ELETRIC WALL PHONE
Added: January 8, 2011
Submitted by Name: Orin (O J) Thompto From: Madison, Wisconsin E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi: I'm 81 year old twin, male, born 1929 in the house that was owned by a small telephone company. The birth took place in bedroom above the Telephone Office Switchboard. My twin and I were announced to many of the citzens in our small village in northern wisconsin and also to folkes living in Chicago. I lived in the home untill joining the Army 1958. Would like to communicate with anyone who might have had the same experience.
Added: December 9, 2010
Submitted by Name: Claude From: Montreal E-mail: Contact
Comments: I have been collecting telephones for nearly 30 years, I have an extensive collection, but always on the lookout for something out of the ordinary. Great website. Thank you.
Added: November 23, 2010
Submitted by Name: Don Neuhaus From: Mew York State E-mail: Contact
Comments: I would like to discuss some aspects of my phone which appears to be an early Model 317 converted for dial, but it has some features that I don't understand. Can I get in touch with someone familiar with old phones who is willing to talk with me?