Submitted by Name: Tim Nolting From: Verne, IN E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hello. I'm trying to find out about how to connect a bell box to a wooden wall phone.
Added: November 22, 2016
Submitted by Name: Jerry Morrison From: Google E-mail: Contact
Comments: If any of you collectors in the area of NC are interested... there is a BUNCH of old telephones being auctioned off Nov 20. Magnetos, old desk magnetos, candle sticks, round base, square base, dozens of very old glass insulators, telephone lineman tools, etc.
LOC: 850 NC HWY 22 SOUTH, RAMSEUR NC. OFF HWY 64E., IN RAMSEUR N.C, TAKE HWY 22 S., GO APP. 1.2 MILE, AUCTION HOUSE ON YOUR RIGHT..
Added: November 17, 2016
Submitted by Name: R Betz From: N Tonawanda NY E-mail: Contact
Comments: I have an 1908 style reverse painted on glass telephone sign. Old quarter sawn oak frame. It came from an old hotel that was torn down in the 60s. Can any one tell me anything about it. Condition is excellent.
Added: October 16, 2016
Submitted by Name: John Powell From: Mariposa, CA E-mail: Contact
Comments: Bought an old AT&T Candlestick Phone. Wondering how I can find out anything about it.
Added: October 14, 2016
Submitted by Name: Curt From: Wyoming E-mail: Contact
Comments: I have an antique Western Electric call box. Older than any I have seen. I would like to sell it to someone who could use it so I don't have to junk it. I don't know if sales are allowed on this site but if they are please help me find someone who could use this cast iron call box. Thanks
Added: September 10, 2016
Submitted by Name: Diana Alexandru Valeria From: united state E-mail: Contact
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Added: August 15, 2016
Submitted by Name: Mark Landmark From: Fitchburg, Wisconsin E-mail: Contact
Comments: Happy to find your site. Looking for an Induction Coil for a Stromberg Carlson farm phone from I think about the 1930's. I have two such phones, looking to use them as an "intercom" in the house. Any help on the Induction Coil would be great. Also why it might have gone missing.
Added: July 18, 2016
Submitted by Name: Loren Lesavage From: Kettle River MN
Comments: I happened on your site looking for a relay for work. I have an old crank phone from my great-great uncles homestead. will be back to join
Added: June 30, 2016
Submitted by Name: Dennis Hamilton From: Canton Ohio E-mail: Contact
Comments: I found your group mentioned in the TCI newsletter. They said allot of members belong to both clubs. I am a TCI member for several years now, and the newsletters alone are worth the dues. I will be checking out your club, and hope you have a fine newsletter too. Thank You Dennis Hamilton Canton OH
Added: June 25, 2016
Submitted by Name: Zooboo From: Florida E-mail: Contact
Comments: I am converting a 1D2 to a pots line for home use. I would like to continue the use of the knuckle plug to connect the dial and handset so that when the upper housing is open there is no opens. The male plug would still be connected to the female from the chassis.....but I want to remove the 32A chassis and just hardwire the female end to a 425E network instead. Question....how are the corresponding leads from the male i.e. handset and dial identified on the knuckle plug?