Submitted by Name: Harry D. Hatters From: Brecksville, OH E-mail: Contact
Comments: Recently started collecting. I have several older phones[a Siemens candlestick,a WE 202D (I believe) and a 300 series phone from the '30s or so)]. I enjoy them all, but may need to replace the transmitter for the WE 202D; unfortunately, said transmitter appears to screw into the inside of the handset once the spitcap is removed. The transmitter top appears to have a wiremesh in an annular configuration. I don't even know if this screen is part of the transmitter or just a cover for the transmitter. Any suggestions on how to access. Many thanks.
Added: September 6, 2014
Submitted by Name: Howard Glendon From: Los Angeles, CA E-mail: Contact
Comments: I have an old black Kellogg candlestick phone (possibly bs26) that was long ago made into a lamp. It has a green glass shade like the glass from an old banker's or library desk lamp. The two bulbs can be turned on either by 2 separate pull chains or by lifting the receiver. Are there any of you collectors in Southern California (Los Angeles area)that might be interested in viewing this as a possible purchase for your collection? Happy dialing........ HG
Added: August 28, 2014
Submitted by Name: Keith C. Morton, Sc.D From: Raymond, Maine E-mail: Contact
Comments: Looking for a wiring circuit for a Eureka Electric wall mounted telephone and came across your page.
Added: August 26, 2014
Submitted by Name: Joan Ludvik From: Illinois then Texas E-mail: Contact
Comments: Finally got myself a Western Electric 202!!!!! I call it the Bogie Phone. I don't have to feel jealous anymore when watching old movies.
Added: August 7, 2014
Submitted by Name: Greg From: Cincinnati
Comments: Just purchased a masterphone 930 LR in an auction? i can't find much about the phone other than it is in beautiful shape with no cracks. Are these rare and what is the value? Thank you for your help
Added: July 22, 2014
Submitted by Name: Michelle From: Oakley, CA. E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi, I was trying to find info. and pictures on a phone I just bought. The phone reads: Made In U.S.A. By - S H Couch Company Inc. - Norfolk Downs Mass. So far I think it is a type of intercom phone. I believe a piece from inside is missing and there seems to be no where to speak into. There is a cut nylon cord that has been cut and feeds to the front of phone through a hole. The phone is about the size of a thick paper back novel. Dark grey in color, blk. bake light speaking piece?, two chrome bells, hook for missing piece I believe and a small blk. button across from hook. Wall mount looks to be. Anyway that is what has brought me here.
Added: July 9, 2014
Submitted by Name: Myra From: North Carolina E-mail: Contact
Comments: I have a 1940's Pay phone. If interested, email me. I have pictures.
Added: July 8, 2014
Submitted by Name: Joe Pylka From: Hopewell, NJ E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hello, everyone. I am looking for information regarding a condenser microphone once manufactured by the Kellogg Company. I had thought it was built sometime in the late 40s or early 50s but found on this site a picture of the Kellogg logo from the 30s which matches the one on its case. There are no serial or model numbers on the mike, alas... Any thoughts or suggestions?
Added: June 26, 2014
Submitted by Name: Tim Endicott From: carrollton, mo. E-mail: Contact