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Antique Phones

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 restored telephones from many makers GEC ,Siemens, Kellogg and others,

including Western Electric and Federal.   In the early years telephones were

made from materials such as timber, metal, Bakelite, and plastic. Bakelite is

quite strong and durable, however, it can be a challenge to repair.

1960s plastic phones were wired for use. The 1950s saw beginning of an

extensive colour range, and eventually many different colour's became available.

As I no longer work on these old phones please do not ask me to fix them but

I am happy to reply to enquires wanting advise, feel free to email me

Some common questions answered below

How to wire a 1960s to 1970s dial phone

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Antique phones.co.nz
1920s wooden wall phone

Antique Phones

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 restored telephones from many makers GEC ,Siemens, Kellogg and others,

including Western Electric and Federal.   In the early years telephones were

made from materials such as timber, metal, Bakelite, and plastic. Bakelite is

quite strong and durable, however, it can be a challenge to repair.

1960s plastic phones were wired for use. The 1950s saw beginning of an

extensive colour range, and eventually many different colour's became available.

As I no longer work on these old phones please do not ask me to fix them but

I am happy to reply to enquires wanting advise, feel free to email me

Some common questions answered below

How to wire a 1960s to 1970s dial phone

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