This colonial style country wall phone embodies early American heritage, but provides high-quality modern communications -- even a speakerphone for hands-free phone calls, and a redial button for busy or un-answered numbers.
Introduced in the early 1920s, this style phone had a crank handle for signalling the operator. The reproduction has a realistic crank that actually turns, plus touch-tone buttons arranged like an older rotary dial. The handcrafted oak-finish wood and veneer cabinet is enhanced with antiqued bronze-plated hardware.
This handsome phone includes a speakerphone feature for hands-free conversations, mute button, redial button, lockable storage compartment, volume controls for ringer and receiver, and tone and pulse dialing.
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