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A little help with this would be appreciated. Wood Rotary Wall-mounted Phone
Western Electric 5302 Telephone
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Western Electric 5302 Telephone Contact Member
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jason 13383 September 19, 2005
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Description: Western Electric 5302 Telephone

This antique telephone was left in an older house that was bought back in the 80's. It still works, though the fact that I painted it red surely detracts from the value. If this were to be restored to it's original condition, how much would it be worth?

From my research, I've found that this model is from the late 50's and early 60's. It is a model that was made for rural residents by combining two different models of telephones (the internal workings with a different enclosure). I have a .pdf document of the Stations Operations Manual that was issued by AT&T in August of 1957. This manual contains the wiring schematics and other information. Email me if you would like a copy.
Keywords: Western Electric 5302 Telephone

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