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Very nice site with alot of information.
I have a few old phones and 1 Automatic Electric Pay Phone (code #LPB 86-55) which I need a key to remove it from the wall. I do not need the coin box key. Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks

Bud Moore


Added: June 22, 2010
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Nice site with good info aobut antique phones. Membership submitted today.
Interested in hearing from local with this same addiction.


Added: June 16, 2010
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Greetings;-
I am checking to see if I am still a member. I used to to have a number of 958, back in the 1980s.Either way, I am thinking of re-joining the Association. Charles E Blanchard -ceb ...


Added: June 14, 2010
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I have a candle stick phone with the name American Bell on the back of the mouth piece and the number 329 on the front. Does anyone know how old this phone would be,any info about it.

Added: June 7, 2010
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I am restoring an old phone booth from the 30's. My brother and I saved it from a dumpster during a bank remodeling job in Chicago back in the 70's. Original everything. The only thing I can't find is the light fixture that hung over the shelf on the outside. It looks like a tapers mud pan hung upside down with a pull chain light inside and the little Bell Systems bell stamped on the outside Any help would really be appreciated.

Added: June 6, 2010
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I bought an old wall telephone by impulse today. The front plate says Wesco Supply Co St Louis, the transmitter is an "Am Tel & Tel Co" with a 1913 patent number, and the receiver is a Stromberg-Carlson Mfg Co E-88. It has a few dings, the front panel closure latch on the box is missing and it's secured with a non-original wood screw. Everything inside looks relatively complete and all four hinges are solid. Doesn't look like the original transmitter. Do you have anyone interested in helping me find out more about this? Documentation, schematic, etc would be useful. The mag looks good and the battery wires are ok. Is this collectible or have I just bought a $75 project to hang on my wall? Thanks. Keith, AF6NE (oh yeah, I got this impulse disease because I'm a ham operator).

Added: May 29, 2010
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Have lots of old phones from the 1940's,phone books from all over U.S.,old right of way signs,insulators,Bell paper weights,CDO test cabinet,old green metal Bell first aid kits,old hard hats,old fire extingushers,old test meters(KS),few old cable locators,old gas detectors,lots of old BSP's,and much more!

Added: May 23, 2010
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collect many old phones,telegraph equip,phonographs,old electric fans. Please let me know of any meets or shows.
I'm very happy to find this site.


Added: May 15, 2010
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collect many old phones,telegraph equip,phonographs,old electric fans. Please let me know of any meets or shows.
I'm very happy to find this site.


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collect many old phones,telegraph equip,phonographs,old electric fans. Please let me know of any meets or shows.
I'm very happy to find this site.


Added: May 15, 2010
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