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Beautiful 1939 Western Electric Model 302 Metal Art Deco working telephone

Submitted by on February 8, 2012 – 11:04 am

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Beautiful 1939 Western Electric Model 302 Metal Art Deco working telephone Picture and Description:

 507942509913538570 Beautiful 1939 Western Electric Model 302 Metal Art Deco working telephone

This is a Western Electric model 302 desk phone made in 1939. All internal parts have the 1939 date, including the #4H dial. The handset receiver and transmitter components are also dated 1939. This phone was thoroughly cleaned and sanitized through-out while most of the internal small components were cleaned and buffed by hand to a like new finish. The dial works perfectly and has that old clickity clack sound associated with these old phones. This phone dials out and rings with the beautiful two tone harmonizing ring that was musically designed into these phones for the most pleasant ringing effect to the customer. The base was stripped and repainted with the same type baked enamel finish that was original to these phones. The handset was polished and buffed to a nice shiny finish without the use of any surface cover applications to assure an all original finish to it. The black coiled handset cord is original to this particular phone and in excellent condition while the wall cord was replaced with a modern day cord which includes the modern modular wall adapter. The original suede foot pads have also been sanitized and reconditioned to a like new finish. This phone will work on all land line systems with the exception of Voit and other newer digital phone systems. I will accept all forms of payment and will ship as soon as I get a clear payment. International winning bidders are to email for final shipping cost before making payment. Please feel free to email with any questions you may have and thank you for taking the time to check out my auction. On Feb-08-12 at 10:21:59 PST, seller added the following information: I have to make a correction in my description regarding the dial. I made a typo in describing the dial as a #4H when it is actually a #5H dial. The date is correct, in that this is one of the early 1939 #5 dials in beautiful condition and does have that clicking sound when used, as compared to many later #5 dials that are much softer sounding. I apologize for the typo. This is still a beautiful phone in excellent working condition that will work for years to come.

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