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Posted 3 years ago

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popopandy
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This was picked from an old shed in
southern west virginia
i think it dates back to the 20"s
is one of the only complete phones
i've ever seen with all of it's orignal
parts still there i think it's great
and one of the collest items
i have found sence i've been PICKIN!!!!!!!!

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  1. ttomtucker ttomtucker, 3 years ago
    You have a oak wall phone manufactured by Kellogg Switchboard and Supply of Chicago, Ill around 1910. It is missing the writing shelf, but other wise looks original.
  2. popopandy popopandy, 3 years ago
    my husband just found the patd #
    nov,26 1901
    tks...
  3. popopandy popopandy, 3 years ago
    my husband wants to know
    what do you think this phone
    would be worth???????
  4. vanskyock24 vanskyock24, 3 years ago
    if it has the guts in it and cleaned up with the writing shelf here in indiana around 150.00 to 265.00 i got the same kellogg phone 1901 on my sight if you want to see one cleaned up and complete
  5. Bob, 3 years ago
    We're trying to help an elderly neighbor who found a very similar phone in her deceased father's workshop. I has all the inerds and orifinal cords, has never been refinished. We're trying to decide whether to clean it up, refinish, sell on ebay or just have at a local estate sale. Maybe she'd clear $50.00 here. Maybe on ebay after lots of work and shipping she might clear $80.00. What's your best advice? Thanks, Bob

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