Vintagefrom the middle of the 20th century are great items. These make a statement when displayed as part of a phone collection or simply as a working rotary dial phone in your home.
We all have cell phones and other hand held phones in our coat pockets these days, but does anyone think that these phones will be adorning our homes fifty or one hundred years from now? I doubt it.
Vintage Rotary Phones Were Built to Last
There’s something substantial about an old dial telephone. It’s solid and built to last. These classic rotary phones were part of our Grandma’s old rotary phone from when we were children. Even though we didn’t know it at the time, rotary dial phones were making an impact on us and securing a place in our memory.and many of us remember
Bold Old Phones as Collectibles
Think about it: Bold Old Phones. The fact that these phones still work decades after they were manufactured is a credit to those who designed and built these vintage telephones years ago. These telephones were built to last and were destined to become highly sought after antiques by collectors and also by people who are simply taking a walk down memory lane. One of today’s most sought after collectible rotary phones is a Pink Princess Rotary Phone.
Classic Rotary Phones Were Designed to Last for Decades
Although the phone designers didn’t know it at the time, they built rotary phones that would be capable of working with modern phone systems in the 21st century. That fact alone is pretty amazing – vintage phones from 60 years ago *still* work with today’s phone system. That’s the opposite of the planned obsolescence that plagued the American auto industry in the late 20th century!
The next time you buy one of today’s new cellular phones ask yourself: Will this phone be around fifty years from now like that vintage rotary dial phone in my family room? I think we both know the answer.