1950's Public Payphone Aqua Blue
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Forget email, try a little chit chat on our replica 1950's Pay Phone. The 3-slot style pay phone was first introduced in the 1950's and remained virtually unchanged until 1965. This appropriately christened prepay-style pay station will take you back to the days of old fashioned phone booths and 10-cent phone calls. Believe it or not, its predecessor was a post pay-style phone that actually allowed the caller to place their call and then pay once finished. Drop in your nickel and you will hear the original brass jingle. It accepts and stores coins as a full feature coin bank with lock and key. This fully functional phone includes a rotary look keypad with push buttons, pulse/tone, ringer volume control and wall or desk mount. It is built of heavy ABS Plastic cabinet with chrome accents. Great for kids and adults! Available in Aqua Blue as shown, and also available in Red or Black. 9"W x 7"D x 19"H. IT REALLY WORKS!
Dimensions: 9"W x 7"D x 19"H