We at antique phones in New Zealand have assisted antique phone lovers around the world for 15 years with our website antiquephones.co.nz. We have restored telephones from manufacturers such as GEC Siemens Kellogg Western Electric Federal and many others In the early years phones were made from materials such as timber, metal bakelite and plastic, bakelite telephones are still popular today bakelite is strong and durable however it can be a challenge to repair The 1950s saw the beginning of an extensive colour range and many different colours became available many of these phones could still be wired and used today In the 1960s plastic telephones were introduced on the early models in the 60s the numbers were printed on a ring which ran around the outside of the dial, this allowed manufacturers to make a single model which could be used worldwide, as the phones became more popular in New Zealand the phone were made with the numbers within the dial itself
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We at antique phones in New Zealand have assisted antique phone lovers around the world for 15 years with our website antiquephones.co.nz. We have restored telephones from manufacturers such as GEC Siemens Kellogg Western Electric Federal and many others In the early years phones were made from materials such as timber, metal bakelite and plastic, bakelite telephones are still popular today bakelite is strong and durable however it can be a challenge to repair The 1950s saw the beginning of an extensive colour range and many different colours became available many of these phones could still be wired and used today In the 1960s plastic telephones were introduced on the early models in the 60s the numbers were printed on a ring which ran around the outside of the dial, this allowed manufacturers to make a single model which could be used worldwide, as the phones became more popular in New Zealand the phone were made with the numbers within the dial itself
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We at antique phones in New Zealand have assisted antique phone lovers around the world for 15 years with our website antiquephones.co.nz. We have restored telephones from manufacturers such as GEC Siemens Kellogg Western Electric Federal and many others In the early years phones were made from materials such as timber, metal bakelite and plastic, bakelite telephones are still popular today bakelite is strong and durable however it can be a challenge to repair The 1950s saw the beginning of an extensive colour range and many different colours became available many of these phones could still be wired and used today In the 1960s plastic telephones were introduced on the early models in the 60s the numbers were printed on a ring which ran around the outside of the dial, this allowed manufacturers to make a single model which could be used worldwide, as the phones became more popular in New Zealand the phone were made with the numbers within the dial itself
This website is mobile friendly by Website Design Whangarei