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    Posted 11 years ago

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    I found this phone in my parent's attic after they died -- I believe it came from an uncle who lived in Oklahoma. Can anyone tell from the pictures when it was made? The mouthpiece has a patent date of 1910 inscribed.

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    1. ttomtucker ttomtucker, 11 years ago
      Your Stromberg-Carlson was manufactured in Rochester, New York between 1918 to 1930 I was the last style of the wooden wall telephone before they started manufacturing metal housing wall phone in the late 1920's
    2. hamdad1948, 11 years ago
    3. Janice Hogue, 10 years ago
      I think I have the same phone and would like to know if they have a value ? I hung it in my kitchen looks great. Paid $200.00 at estate sale. Did I Pay too much?
    4. DiAnna Bennett, 10 years ago
      My son just inherited this same phone, nice piece, small chip in the mouth piece, heavy thing. Debating on selling or not. Thanks for the picture, it helped looking it up.


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