1950's Style Wall Phone
This American 3-slot style payphone was first introduced in the 1950's and remained virtually unchanged until 1965. This reproduction retro diner phone features pushbutton technology with authentic rotary look. Wall or desk mountable with heavy-duty ABS cabinet and chrome accents, full-featured coin bank (not a pay-phone) with lock and key and ringer control. Will look great in any kitchen, cafe, bar, games room or office.
Push button Dialing - Redial Button Tone/pulse switch - Ringer Volume/on/off switch - Earpiece volume control - Coin bank - Wall Mountable
This phone will work in European countries but requires a different lead. This is available & can be found on our retro telephones page.
Simply plugs into a standard phone socket.
Dimensions in mm's: W-230 H465 D-165
1 year guarantee
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