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Port Townsend, WA

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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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
Stromberg-Carlson Telephone Mfg. Wall Intercom - Telephonesin Telephones
Mobil Gas Man Stand - Petrolianain Petroliana


  1. Thank you Iptools for the nice comment & love
  2. 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
  3. Looks like it does have a finger print on the back
  4. scottvez, I have a USN ID bracelet, not much info on this guy. see my posting
  5. Great story of this Navy veteran
  6. Thank you Watchsearcher
  7. Thank you six-O-one
  8. agold yes
  9. Thanks you fortapache
  10. 3rd Armored Division, Distinctive Unit Insignia (DUI) obsolete
  11. Looks to be a L.M Ericsson intercom Mfg. around 1910
  12. I bought two of this magneto box some years ago and they were paint olive drab.
  13. The two desk phone were produced by Western Electric around 1930, the ringer box have been used by Western Electric since 1910 on
  14. 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.
  15. 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...
  16. 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...
  17. Thank you for the love Nicefice
  18. 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...
  19. 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...
  20. 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...
  21. 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.
  22. Thank you lata for the love
  23. commonly called a lineman test set
  24. The pin reminds me of a engineering battalion unit crest
  25. your photo on the left looks like Marine Corps warrant officer rank WO-1 and WO-2
  26. Nice job on restoring, looks like my grandfathers chest
  27. 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
  28. Most of the glass mouth pieces had metal adapter to screw into the transmitter.
  29. 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?
  30. Great looking pedal car, nice work
  31. Long Distance Telephone Manufacturing Co. was founded in 1905 with there Mfg, plant located in Chicago. They relocated to South Bend, IN in 1907
  32. 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
  33. 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
  34. Sorry to hear about Sears it was a great company. I have one 1918 catalog
  35. Nice item, wha'st the story on the lamp next to it?
  36. Nice dialer unit
  37. Look like a lineman test set
  38. Love those Corvette, I've had a 1959 and 1992
  39. When I was stationed Germany 1961, I bought a white 1949 VW Bug from another soldier for $200.00. drove it for two years and sold it to another soldier when I left Germany. Great car.
  40. Steve, i just picked up a bell paper weigh from Canada the has local & long distance on both sides
  41. Great job on the display, Have you been to the Barb wired Capitol of the world La Crosse, Kansas.
  42. Very colorful
  43. Murdock, Nice to hear there still relative out there from Fairmont Creamery Company. My grt, grt grandfather was Wallace Wheeler. His wife became Vice President after Wallace passed away in 1897. Tha...
  44. Covered Bridge Festival is going on this week in Parke County
  45. Check Ebay under 3rd Armored Division, I have seen this book several times in there auctions
  46. Thank you Swampdogg for your very nice comment
  47. Most service pins from Western Electric and Bell System have value. the 30 year pin and up are hard to come by. The highest service pin I have seen is a 45 year.
  48. All of the service pin were 10k gold, some where it is marked on the back or the edge.
  49. Beautiful blue color
  50. PhilDMorris, Yes I have seen other book cases by Danner, but not with this style top most are flat. Thanks for the love.
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