This telephone is the real deal, made over 100 years ago, and still ready to be of service in your home! Not a reproduction—a bona fide classic. It has been professionally refurbished with a new (yet authentic) cloth cord. It has no ringer, because that’s just not how they did it back then…it’s what’s called an extension phone. Why should every telephone in the place need to ring after all? Nice and heavy, it’s made of solid metal of course. Rotary dial.
12" H x 6" Diameter at Base
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