This is the kind of pay phone you might have encountered in a small hotel lobby abroad, back before we all had portable international dialing plans and Skype. Seemingly unused, it dates from the 1980’s or early 90’s. Use it as just a regular (albeit interesting) telephone, or turn the key to switch the settings and create your own in-home fundraiser or savings plan.
10" D x 7.5" H x 7" W
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