Why buy retro novellty phones? Novelty phones and other retro nostalgic products are the hottest, most affordable collectibles in recent years. They make great gifts for kids, and bring out the "kid" in everyone. Let our fun and nostalgic retro products put a smile on your face, and transport you back to a time when the world was a simpler place.What are some of the most popular novelty phone brands? M&Ms is another major brand that started pushing novelty phones in the 1980s, including unique features like this model that also includes a candy dish. Keebler kept people coming back for their snacks by creating the now-iconic Keebler elves in 1968.What kind of telephones do we have for special needs? We have special needs telephones from Clarity and Walker, a complete line of modern phones for home and business, as well as weather instruments and devices from Oregon Scientific. Corded phones always give the clearest conversation sound quality. Corded telephones do not need to be charged, and will work in the event of a power outage.What can we learn from these novelty phones from the 1980s? Before every phone was a sleek thin screen that could only be customized by its case, these novelty phones from the 1980s helped remind us just how much care we took to pick out the perfect phone that suited our personalities.
- These are real payphones built for and used by real telephone companies. Some phones have stampings or engravings of various telephone company names and/or logos. Includes: T-Key, display cards, phone line, cuppler, four 1/4 x 20 mounting screws, 1/4 x 20 mounting studs. Western locks sold as optional add-on. These are the real deal.