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Turquoise rotary phone - ours were avocado, and black. Drew just saw one of these for the first time in an antiques store this weekend, and he was so confused as to how to "dial" it!

beechwood 4-5789...hahaha...yep, these were our phones! You could stretch those cords all over the house to get away from nosey listeners...and they were sturdy! Indestructible!

My husband and I thought we were trendsetters because we chose a red telephone.

This may not be considered "art" if you consider the other pieces that we've curated on this board, but one cannot deny that vintage phones have a splendid design element...and isn't that art?

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Will my grandkids even know what this is? A rotary pay phone. Maybe not! but, that doesnt stop me from wanting one in my hall.

♥. I use my cell for everything, but I'd pay for home phone service just so I could use one of these sometimes.

Vintage White Dial Telephone

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The old phone is ringing. Who is calling? Is the call for you or someone else? Why are they calling you?

Love this vintage phone. Would be a really cool home phone. (If people still had those these days)