Today we bring you the best vintage accessories for your vintage home decor. This week we bring you vintage phones, from wooden wall mounts to colorful corded numbers. Curious? Keep scrolling and check out this antique files!
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Wall Mount: These boxy, wooden wonders were the earliest mass-produced phones. This 1919 specimen by phone manufacturer Western Electric was one of the most common wall mounts. Today, it rings at $200.
Push Button: In 1963, manufacturers dialed back on rotary models and pushed these streamlined introductions. In pink, the Princess Phone fetches close to $200. Less desirable colors go for closer to $150.
Decorator: These sleek designs were stylish alternatives to Western Electric’s status quo.
Custom Colors: Today, there’s a new collector’s market for retro phones painted vibrant ( but no original) shades. The three vintage phones on the image above can cost you between $270- $330.
Candlestick: Slender and elegant, this scaled-down style debuted in 1890. Our favorite one is the one on the left. The 1909 brass western electric fetches $375.
Western Electric’s models were the American standard for nearly 50 years. Today these antiques cost between $150-$400.
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