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Vintage Blue Rotary Phone - French Style Princess Phone - Working Condition - Turquoise Aqua Blue - Cottage Chic Decor For Her

Retro rotary dial phone with silver cradle
French or Princess style - oh how chic!
Works great - tested from my land line to my cell phone
Unmistakable retro Rrrrrring
Flip switch on bottom turns from off to LOUD

Good condition for its age - metal is a bit oxidized in spots - see photo 4
Every nook and cranny was cleaned meticulously by moi
Cradle moves back & forth a bit & up & down but this is intentional in its design
I had a rotary phone in my college dorm room - wow I'm gettin' up there !

Made by Western Electric for "Bell Telephone"
I remember back when "Ma" Bell Telephone was the "monopoly" of all telecommunications until Uncle Sam and plenty of attorneys put a stop to that and AT & T was born
Oops, dating myself again!

7" tall, 9" wide (18 cm x 23 cm)
Base is 6" diameter (15 cm)
Proper land line phone cord will be included

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Vintage Blue Rotary Phone - French Style Princess Phone - Working Condition - Turquoise Aqua Blue - Cottage Chic Decor For Her


Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: metal, plastic
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 534 reviews
  • Favorited by: 183 people