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1960s Western Electric PAY PHONE 

Submitted by on July 20, 2011 – 7:06 pm

We find the most interesting Vintage Telephone. Here is the best deal we found for the 1960s Western Electric PAY PHONE  for sale on the Internet.

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1960s Western Electric PAY PHONE  Picture and Description:

 347013305912530980 1960s Western Electric PAY PHONE 

1970s Western Electric PAY PHONE A Three Coin Rotary Dial• This is a Western Electric rotary public 3 coin pay telephone that was likely taken out of service in the 1970s.• The manufacturing date is stamped inside the coin area cover Jan/62 which can be seen in the photos.• The phone has a recent type modular plug, it gets a dial tone, but does not dial out. The internal wiring looks as if modifications have been made. All wiring can be seen in the photos. Everything appears as if it could be made workable again as a coin phone or a no coin phone. • Note: the phone is sold 'AS IS'.• The piece shows wear, mostly small marks and scratches on the painted surfaces and the metal (all documented in the pictures below).• This vintage phone makes interesting piece of decor or a conversation piece or a novelty for a home or office phone! • The phone has had the locks removed and replaced with screws as seen in the photos..• The mechanics appear to be in good shape, the photos show details.• These phones are very heary and were considered almost indestructable in the 70s.• Similiar generation pay phones are being offered now on eBay for over $400, bid now for a great deal.• No international bidders accepted and will be delete. • Any questions, just let me know! _gsrx_vers_418 (GS 6.0.6 (418))

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