Submitted by Name: Alan Tiffany From: Alexandria, VA (currently and temporarily) E-mail: Contact
Comments: Just found you site researching out an old WE D1-202 phone. It was my wife mother's phone, mom passed some 8 years ago now. It is in great condition and looks spectacular on top of our vintage Lincoln desk. Been in the telephone/telecom business for over 32 years and have always loved old phones. Looking forward to more great discoveries here!
Added: December 21, 2014
Submitted by Name: Dale McNally From: Florida E-mail: Contact
Comments: Im looking to sell this phone where would i do that?
Added: November 26, 2014
Submitted by Name: roy castillo From: sacramento, california E-mail: Contact
Added: November 24, 2014
Submitted by Name: Michael P Taylor From: Albuquerque, New Mexico E-mail: Contact
Submitted by Name: David Bryant From: Birmingham, AL E-mail: Contact
Comments: My aunt up in Maine passed away in September of 2012 and I was the executor of her estate. One of the things I inherited was an antique telephone. It is a wall telephone with the inscription "S. H. Couch Company, Boston, Mass." It has a hand crank on the right side, the mouthpiece is adjustable up and down, there is a little desk-like adjustable wooden surface for taking notes below the mouthpiece.
It is made of oak I believe and weighs around 20 or 25 pounds. Can anyone tell me how much it is worth for insurance purposes? Thank you for your time to respond.
Added: October 30, 2014
Submitted by Name: Bob From: Weatherford, Tx E-mail: Contact
Comments: I've come across an old Western Electric Trimline wall mount phone, yellow in color, metal base, engraved print & a sticker on base that reads... Property of Southwestern Bell NOT FOR SALE It also has a white sticker on the base with AC2P RB1 1.
My question to yall is what would this phone be worth, either to a collector or to common everyday Joe Public and would any of yall collectors be interested in this phone.
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.