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    Posted 9 years ago

    lucy2377
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    I was wondering if anyone had any information on this candlestick telephone with regards to date, value etc.
    It is very heavy, has a light fitting and no dial.
    When you take the bottom off it has a paper wiring diagram glued in the base.
    It has no 150 stamped onto it.

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    1. ttomtucker ttomtucker, 9 years ago
      Your candlestick telephone was manufactured by the Automatic Telephone Manufacturing Co Ltd. London England around 1927. Your candlestick has been modified to be used as a lamp. There not alot of interest or value in this European
      manufactured telephone.
    2. kehphones kehphones, 9 years ago
      I purchased one off ebay for $155.00. Only to find out it is a "Fake" from India! The only two pieces on it that was "Original" was the transmitter and the bottom cover plate. Looks like you have the real thing.
    3. kehphones kehphones, 8 years ago
      Just bought a true original GPO candlestick. Unlike the reproduction fake I first bought on Ebay months ago. Got to do "homework" before buying on line.

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