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    Posted 5 years ago

    VintageMisc
    (47 items)

    Love the wood of the early wall phones and the science, engineering and ingenuity that went into this amazing invention!

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    1. ttomtucker ttomtucker, 5 years ago
      I believe your wall phone was manufactured by D.A. Kussell even though the
      transmitter is a Kellogg, the Kussell transmitter could have been replaced over the years. I look at the over all telephone like the transmitter arm, switchhook, ringer, magneto. Over all it's a nice wall telephone.
    2. Zeter, 5 years ago
      I have a Kellogg that looks similar, except for the lightning protector at the top. I have the round black one and three connecting screws. Otherwise, looks like mine. Yours looks great.
    3. VintageMisc VintageMisc, 5 years ago
      Thank you both ttomtucker & zeter! I have looked far and wide, but have not seen another lightning protector that Zeter mentioned at the top. Most that I've seen are a central unit with three pegs spaced out. (Sorry for my terminology that is inept!)

      Thank you ttomtucker, I will look into Kussell phones now!

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