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I have a old Automatic "BI-UNE" Telephone Boston. It looks like it may have been made by E G M Co. It may have been aphone to transfer call with as it has 16 buttons on the front. I have looked on the Internet and nothing. Looking for help. :!cool:

Added: August 20, 2011
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I recently purchased a beautiful coin operated telephone and phone booth. The phone works but the dealer told me that he did not have a key to the coin box but did supply me with an additional wlrking lock and key. All I had to do was replace the existing lock with the one he gave me.

My phone is an Automatic Electric from Hunstville, Alaabama, Code No. LPC-82-55. (what does this mean?)

The replacement lock and key are numbered. Several locksmiths have told me they cannot remove the existing lock from the phone. HOw do I get the lock replaced. There were thousands of these phones so I am betting there must be a limited number of key sets or maybe a master.


Added: August 14, 2011
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I recently purchased a beautiful coin operated telephone and phone booth. The phone works but the dealer told me that he did not have a key to the coin box but did supply me with an additional wlrking lock and key. All I had to do was replace the existing lock with the one he gave me.

My phone is an Automatic Electric from Hunstville, Alaabama, Code No. LPC-82-55. (what does this mean?)

The replacement lock and key are numbered. Several locksmiths have told me they cannot remove the existing lock from the phone. HOw do I get the lock replaced. There were thousands of these phones so I am betting there must be a limited number of key sets or maybe a master.


Added: August 14, 2011
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I recently purchased a Monarch Wall Phone. Trying to find out information on this brand. Email and I can send pics. Thank you!

Added: August 13, 2011
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Great page! I came across you while trying to research a Mohawk Corp. Tele-Magnet Answering Machine. The only information I have been able to find is that it was sold from about 1949-1950. Anybody know anything about these machines? Everytime I do an internet search I only get about 2-3 hits.

Added: August 7, 2011
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I have an old Western Electric style D1 (oval base)phone that I'm interested in selling. It's in great shape and has been outfitted with a modern jack at the end of one of the cords so that it can be used. Can anyone tell me where I'd go to find out its worth?

Added: July 29, 2011
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Just started buying and rebuilding phones around a year ago
And love it
Like finding parts and restoring the phones back to original
always trying to find sources and information for parts

JIM


Added: July 26, 2011
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Newly retired from GTE/Verizon after 33 years and a "newly retired" telephone collector (ran out of space). That is until I see another one I can't live without. I have no "potbellys" or Strowgers.
I am a new ATCA member since June of this year.
I love my old phones. They are beautiful. There are no ugly phones. Thank you. :!cool:
P.S. Why are there no "smiley phones"? My smiley phone would be my oak SC two boxer. With a twinkle. Marti.


Added: July 25, 2011
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I have worked for telephone companies all of my life, beginning with AT&T,then Ameritech, then GTE, & retired from Verizon. I love old phones, and have begun to collect them. I just found out about ATCA today at the DC Flea Market at Dulles Expo Center. I think it's a great organization & look forward to attending a show in the near future! ;)

Added: July 23, 2011
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Hi just stoped in for a visit and to look for info about the ugly phone i picked up at a grarge sale, made by federal telephone and radio corp. :o

Added: July 8, 2011
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