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Back in the mid-70s my Navy dad was assigned to the NROTC program at the University of South Carolina. During the summers I could go to work with him and I vividly recall two things about those days: 1. My dad could burn up a typewriter with his typing skills. 2. His black multi-line rotary phone with those blinking buttons that I could never quite figure out.
This old phone takes me back...
We recently found this old relic in rough condition, hiding out in retirement with major internal injuries. My USC days forced me to haul it to the studio where it has been cleaned, gutted and refitted with all new electrical parts that will allow it to live out its days as a lamp.
The handset features two UL recognized candelabra sockets with frosted globe bulbs. We have also added a clear flashing candelabra bulb inside which blink the red hold button and the second clear line button.
All bulbs are easy to replace and are controlled by an in-line rotary switch which is part of the new cord.
No power runs through the coiled phone cord! It is wrapped around flexible lamp pipe and is only decoration.
Standard telephone size.
NOTE: This is a 1970 telephone that has been used and abused. You are buying the character wrought by its years of trustworthy service.
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