Submitted by Name: Tara From: Canada E-mail: Contact
Comments: I have a vintage rotary pillow talk phone I wanted to get it restored but don't know where to go, also I would like to know if it's worth anything. Please contact me by email I can send pics of it. Model: pillow-talk Date: 78 Serial no: 25 Made in Korea
Submitted by Name: James R Pitcher Jr From: Fennville, MI E-mail: Contact
Comments: I have a Model 790071L Stromberg-Carlson Portable Single Line Telephone fully restores and in beautiful condition. Everything works - transmit and receive - good audio as well as originally manufactured. What is it worth?
Added: January 23, 2014
Submitted by Name: Robert J. Piellusch From: Kalamazoo MI E-mail: Contact
Comments: I just bought a Candlestick dial phone at an Estate sale in Greenville, MI. The wire to the ear piece looked liked it had broken off years ago. I was able to re-connect the ear piece and hook the unit up to my phone line and got a dial tone. I cleaned out the "voice receiver" and reinstalled it but no voice came through. Dialing the rotary dial didn't change the line from the dial tone. I probably need new parts and/or wiring to make it functional. I will continue to pursue a facility that can fix this. No return call from the place I left a message with yesterday. I imagine it is a part time venture so they may not return calls that quickly. Since my email will be hidden, you can call my home number if you know a place: (269) 385-8972 Still have an answering machine. Thanks, Robert J. Piellusch
Added: January 21, 2014
Submitted by Name: Jackie Emerson From: Kentucky E-mail: Contact
Submitted by Name: Dave Haney From: Nebraska E-mail: Contact
Comments: learned quite a bit,i have been working in a building that used too be the local phone company(Northwestern Bell)have found a few artifacts that i just could not resist like an old glass jar battery plates are in sad shape but the new owners didnt want it so now its in a good home.