4 Responses to “70’s Floral Telephone”

  1. Allee Willis

    Allee Willis

    Despite the fact that I choke at floral patterns like this, perfect period colors though it may contain, I would’ve snapped this up it because it’s such a classic timepiece. Also, l like to have a phone like this on tap as my land lines in the house need electricity and go out during earthquakes. During an emergency it definitely calms me down and makes me smile to grab something like this to get through the crisis. And at $.75 how can you go wrong?

    • Allee Willis

      Allee Willis

      I’m tempted to say yes but I have SO MANY single-line pushbutton phones and only one phone jack to plug them into so I’m going to have to reluctantly pass… But thanks so much.

      Where is the Village Thrift store located? I haven’t seen a price like $1.50 on anything decent in so long, not to mention slashing it by 50%. This sounds like a gem of a store.

  2. MyFunCloset

    MyFunCloset

    I’ve just never seen a phone like this, but realize it was an emotional reaction you had. Over the past few years I found two early pink rotary princess phone. To me that’s the holy grail of land phones.
    The store, every item has a color price tag. Daily, the store posts 2 colors marked 50% off. The store is in Cuyahoga Falls in N.E. Ohio.
    New stuff arrives daily, but the best things never reach the floor for obvious reasons.