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If you're old fashioned like me, and you're still holding on to your land line, why not have one pretty phone that's always there when you need it?

This model, made by Radio Shack, is timeless in ivory and brass. It was likely made in the 1970s to resemble a classic early twentieth century telephone. I've tested it, and it works great for a phone of its age that has not been refurbished. It still has its original cords. There is normal vintage wear, but it's in wonderful condition. There is a dainty cameo graphic in the center of the dial that could be replaced with anything you creative types can imagine.

The ring is not the common bell sound that you're probably thinking of. It sounds more like the horn of an antique car. I'm not sure if that was how phones sounded in the era that this phone was made to represent, but it is nonetheless an interesting vintage sound.

I will ship anywhere, so if your country is not listed here, just convo me for a more specific rate.

Elegant Empress Rotary Phone In Ivory and Brass