Behold an original Ericofon in pristine condition. We take the handheld for granted today, but this was the first one-piece telephone and is featured at the Museum of Modern Art for its unique game-changing design. This is an early one, manufactured in Sweden before the company moved production to North Electric in Galion, Ohio. The taupe body is shiny and has nary a scratch, and all functions work perfectly. It even comes equipped with a ringer (many Ericofons do not). All in all, the kind of iconic style that makes having a landline well worth it.
8.5" H; 4.5" x 3.75"
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