Telephones

Adapters

Adapters


All our phones come with a UK standard fitting. International customers will be supplied with a RJ11 US adapter at no extra cost. Customers from countries that do not have the RJ11 as their telephone connection have to locally purchase an adapter that fits the RJ11 plug.
Bakelite and Table Telephones

Bakelite and Table Telephones


The bakelite telephone was common throughout Europe from the 1930's through to the 1950's. They come in a range of styles and colours.
Candlestick Telephones

Candlestick Telephones


The candlestick telephone is the most popular "antique-looking" telephone that springs into people's minds. This type of telephone was immortalised in films in Great Britain and the United States. They remained in common use in Britain from 1900 until the 1950s. Candlesticks are also referred to as Pedestal telephones or Tulip telephones because of the shape of the mouthpiece. The base of the candlestick telephone is 13 cm in diameter & it's 32-cm tall.
All candlesticks weigh 3kg maximum when packed.
Coloured 700 Series Telephones

Coloured 700 Series Telephones


The 700 Series coloured telephones were used in the UK from the late 1960s and through the 1970s. They came in a number of different colours and combinations.
Cradle Telephones

Cradle Telephones


Cradle telephones were produced around the 1930s. They were a classic style of telephone and very popular during that period. These telephones are convenient to use and fit in exceptionally well with the all types of home decor. The base of the cradle telephone is 13 cm in diameter and it's 19.5 cm tall. The handset is 25 cm long and the instrument weighs approximately 5kg when packed.
Sold Telephones

Sold Telephones


This is a selection of telephones that have recently been sold.
Wall Telephones

Wall Telephones


The wall telephone was first made during the 1920s & 1930s. The box is made out of beautifully polished wood. The bells on top of the box visibly ring when calls are received on the telephone.