This totally cool telephone was part of the "tomorrow's phones today" strategy that a company called Teleconcepts was quite successful with in the 1970s. With a lucite base and chrome sphere body separate from the (also chrome) headset, this sturdy specimen was at the height of mod style. Still is, frankly. It has push button technology, though you were also able to purchase this model with a rotary dial. There is pitting on the chrome, but it has great shine and in person presents really well. The acrylic has only a minor scuff or two, no yellowing at all. It works in every way, ready to plug into a jack and transmit your conversations (you don't even have to talk about Nixon or the draft or your new bell bottoms either--it is compatible with contemporary conversation).
10" H x 10" W x 8" Deep
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