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I am going to join ATCA next month.I have a 1964 model 500 and a 1947 rotary phone,I also have a 233 payphone I want to restore and put back in a all steel booth.I'm hooked.Glenn

Added: December 16, 2018
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Bought a wooden Western Electric phone, would like to find info.

Added: November 29, 2018
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looking for a football helmet with the phone for the vols. tennessee vols

Added: October 27, 2018
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I haven't checked out this site for a couple years. Great to reminisce. My collection includes crank phones, a couple payphones, and wire a few 202 and 500 desk and wall phones. I'm glad the group is still out there!

Added: October 25, 2018
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Added: October 15, 2018
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Nice to see such a collection of telephones. I am trying to track down information on an imitation of a 19th century phone that was made by the Onyx Telephone Center of New York, probably sometime in the last half of the twentieth century.

Added: October 4, 2018
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Added: September 17, 2018
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I am trying to get some info on a Kellogg Switchboard 11848, 50 stations. I.E. age, worth?

Added: August 18, 2018
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Hi,

I collect mostly vintage (pre war) radios and test equipment as well as very early telegraph equipment.
I do have a couple of WWI field phones in various states of disrepair, some sound powered handsets and such. An Erricsson (Denmark I believe) AC300, and a few later ones like a 302 and more.

But I recently came across a Western Electric Inter-Phone 327-AA. It was missing the bakelite mouthpiece and the receiver. I was able to locate them on Ebay, finally (OEM not reproductions). This is a really interesting little device. Does anyone know of a source of the historical background of this item? When was it produced (The WE receiver I found has a 1914 patent date) and how long was it used?

Also is there a source of the cables used on them?

Thanks, Ron Taylor Houston, TX


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Added: July 26, 2018
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