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toys, New Jersey, A Walt Disney Mickey Mouse Toy Telephone made by the NN Hill Brass Company, circa 1930s. Tin and cardboard.

from Society6

Pink Retro Telephone on Mint Art Print by Caroline Mint

i just wanna eat it, like that scene in batman 2 with Selina Kyle. i'm sure she has a similar phone.

Lol the "Brick" cell phone circa 1980's if you attacked this would make a fine weapon.... ;-)

Vermont was one of the last states to get the dial phones my grandmother told me!

Times Square New York City, 1971, with vintage NYPD squad car, in white, green and black. Love the massive light on top!

Gloria Doesn't Live Here Anymore - Jim Herrington photography -

from Etsy

Reserved for Meghan

Vintage Aqua Blue Rotary Dial Bell System Wall great retro decor that still works when the power is out!

The Classic "Candlestick" telephone, also known as the ‘Upright’ initially became popular during the early 1900s before the introduction of the one-piece handset. The first Candlestick phones were introduced when the magneto system was in use, which meant that the phone was connected to a large wooden box called a "subset" containing a battery, bell, and crank. "Is this the party to whom I am speaking?" ,>)