Steampunk-style telephone with working generator crank!
Replica of L.M. Ericsson's 1892 model.
Features push-button dialing for convenience, too!
A replica of L.M. Ericsson's 1892 model, right down to the realistic, working magneto generator crank and ornaments, this Steampunk Telephone is a must-have, fully functional collectible. It has a die-cast handset and body frame, dark charcoal body, antique brass finishing, and classic felted handset cord. The rotary-like dial sports push-button dialing convenience, while the center medallion acts as a last-number-redial button. The Steampunk Landline Telephone also features high/low volume control on the receiver and ringer on/off. It measures 11-inches tall x 6 1/ 2-inches long x 5 1/2-inches wide.