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ttomtucker

Rockville, Indiana

Have been collecting antique telephones since 1965, but I like all kinds of antiques and collectables, furniture, lamps, Coca-Cola, military uniforms, advertising.

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My last motorcycle was a Honda - Motorcyclesin Motorcycles
Montgomery Wards Riverside motorcycle 250cc - Motorcyclesin Motorcycles
USN ID bracelet maybe world War 1 - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Dog N Suds sign  - Signsin Signs
Standard Butter Churn - Kitchenin Kitchen
 Private RailRoad Crossing Sign - Railroadianain Railroadiana
John Danner Revolving Book Case - Furniturein Furniture
C.P.O. Club Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Dinner Menu 1952 - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Red, White, Blue Independent Telephone Sign - Telephonesin Telephones
Early Boat Tail Car - Classic Carsin Classic Cars

Comments

  1. Phil you have great taste
  2. Looks like a million bucks
  3. Alfred101, We had taken family photo's earlier and I decided to have a photo of me on my Honda. I think that day I was out selling Tupperware lol
  4. Kwqd, I'm 78 now and your right I'm not as quick on the draw when comes to riding a motorcycle these days. I still feel the need for fresh air blowing in my face and bugs hanging off my teeth.
  5. Kwqd, I sold the Honda in 1995 and haven't been on a bike since. maybe because i was getting older . I do like the new trikes out there much safer then the two wheeler's.
  6. Thank you racer4four and PhilDMorris, It was a nice looking motorcycle, but looked for a bike with more horse power. The Norton was a 500cc and later I bought a 750cc Honda Sabre in 1985.
  7. Happy thanksgiving to you SEAN68
  8. Nice colors, has that Art Deco look
  9. Schnauzer1, My dad had left the Tern right after Pearl Harbor. He was assigned to the USS Preble DD-345 and then assigned to the USS Medusa AR-1. From there he was assigned to Naval Ammunition Depot 1...
  10. My mother and dad bought that record alum set in 1950 when we were living in Hawaii.
  11. I have a shade like yours with the base and it is marked B & H for Bradley & Hubbard
  12. Thank you Ajthen, check your email
  13. Your 8 transistor radio telephone model 1429 was manufactured by Audition of Japan, circa 1968
  14. tgrundman, Are you still around, I need a new email address from you
  15. Coleman I'm glad we can help
  16. Your model 302 was produced my Western Electric from 1937 to 1955. Yours being a metal case made of zinc alloy was produced before World War 2. After the war the 302's were made of thermoplastic.
  17. Thank you Iptools for the nice comment & love
  18. So many good eating places are gone, Dog N Suds was a fun place to eat at. The only place like DNS is Sonic drive in
  19. Looks like it does have a finger print on the back
  20. scottvez, I have a USN ID bracelet, not much info on this guy. see my posting
  21. Great story of this Navy veteran
  22. Thank you Watchsearcher
  23. Thank you six-O-one
  24. agold yes mox-nix@cablespeed.com
  25. Thanks you fortapache
  26. 3rd Armored Division, Distinctive Unit Insignia (DUI) obsolete
  27. Looks to be a L.M Ericsson intercom Mfg. around 1910
  28. I bought two of this magneto box some years ago and they were paint olive drab.
  29. The two desk phone were produced by Western Electric around 1930, the ringer box have been used by Western Electric since 1910 on
  30. The sticker on the bottom says Craft Products Co. They were located in St Charles, IL. The company produced clocks and craft items. they may have carried lamps in there line of products.
  31. Alfred Stromberg & Androv Carlson when into partnership in 1894. The company name was Stromberg-Carlson Telephone Manufacturing Co. of Chicago. Your phone was mfg some time around 1902, because the co...
  32. Your toy pistol was patented by Walter O. Hersey. first patent was issued May 18, 1954, for a toy gun second patent was issued Nov 22 1955. for a toy pistol The patents were assigned to Knickerbocker...
  33. Thank you for the love Nicefice
  34. Stromberg-Carlson was founded in 1894 in Chicago, ILL. the company moved to Rochester, NY in 1903. Your phone was manufactured around 1902. It has the early lighting arrester . the receiver should b...
  35. I have one of the Western Electric type 327 intercom in my collection. they were used from 1912 to about late 1920's. The 327 were used in hotels and private residence. your has 8 locations that could...
  36. Haener12, I don't have whole lot of information on my dad's foot locker. He had it when he came back from Brisbane, Australia in 1945. I heard it was made by the sailors on his crew from left over ply...
  37. Your Buck cap gun was manufactured by Kilgore of Westerville, Ohio, The company was founded in 1917 at Homestead, PA moved to Westerville in 1919. closed it's doors in 1960.
  38. Thank you lata for the love
  39. commonly called a lineman test set
  40. The pin reminds me of a engineering battalion unit crest
  41. your photo on the left looks like Marine Corps warrant officer rank WO-1 and WO-2
  42. Nice job on restoring, looks like my grandfathers chest
  43. Scott, not sure if it was CO. my guess is they lived in Colorado until 1909 and then moved to Los Angeles, CA. They look fairly young. He was born 1855, she was born 1859
  44. Most of the glass mouth pieces had metal adapter to screw into the transmitter.
  45. Your wall phone was manufactured around 1910, not sure about this glass mouth piece on the phone. does it have treads to screw in or is it glued in?
  46. Great looking pedal car, nice work
  47. Long Distance Telephone Manufacturing Co. was founded in 1905 with there Mfg, plant located in Chicago. They relocated to South Bend, IN in 1907
  48. Does it look like the horse is holding a bomb in his mouth? Air force bomber squadron used flying horses as a motto. just saying
  49. Back then that phone was installed by California Water & Telephone Company, My grandparents had one like yours installed in there home in Sun City, CA
  50. Sorry to hear about Sears it was a great company. I have one 1918 catalog
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