If you need original telephone parts that we are unable to supply, we highly recommend the companies listed below. CLICK on their logos and visit their websites.
CLICK on photo to visit Phoneco, Inc.
19813 East Mill Road · Post Office Box 70
Galesville, WI 54630
Phone: (608) 582-4124
Fax: (608) 582-4593
CLICK on logo to visit oldphoneworks.com
CLICK on photo to visit TelephoneCreations.com
Automatic Electric Collectors’ Items
For the truly discriminating collector, these special AE40s are masterpieces! These gems are the work of Ray Kotke of East Lansing, Michigan. Mr. Kotke has created special clear and translucent housings and handsets, in very limited quantities, for original Automatic Electric 40 telephones. Perfect down to the last detail, these telephones are rapidly appreciating in value. The wise collector / investor will buy soon. These telephones are also being offered in transparent models, as well as an array of other gemstone colors.
For more information, CLICK on the photo above to go to Mr. Kotke’s website.
Need telephone parts replated in nickel, chrome or gold? New England Chrome Plating is the best! Excellent results at very reasonable prices.
←CLICK on the logo at the LEFT to visit the New England Chrome Plating website. We use New England Chrome Plating of East Hartford, CT for all of our nickel, chrome and gold plating needs. They are true craftsmen - we would settle for nothing less.
The folks at New England Chrome are friendly and helpful. They know telephones and telephone parts. If your old telephone needs a new nickel, chrome or gold finish, then N.E. Chrome Plating is THE place to have your phone parts plated.
Antique Telephone Collectors Association
An International Organization Associated with the Museum of Independent Telephony
ATCA P.O. Box 1252 McPherson, KS 67460
CLICK here to visit the ATCA website
Telephone Collectors International
CLICK here to visit the TCI website
Other Telephone Websites
For a fun, fascinating and educational trip into Telephoneland . . .
Visit the website for
The Telephone Museum
(CLICK on the Operator)
CLICK here to visit the Bell System Memorial Home Page
A website created as a memorial to the people, history, technology and the "Spirit of Service" of what was known as the "Bell System" prior to 1984.