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Ultra-rare working collectible built for WWII.

Vintage WWII U.S. Navy Kellogg Crank Telephone

Item # WX2-647989

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Ultra-rare working collectible built for WWII.

Vintage WWII U.S. Navy Kellogg Crank Telephone

Item # WX2-647989

5 stars
5 (6) Write a review
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$224.99
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"Checkmate King 2 to White Rook, over?"... Here's a crank collectible built for communication from front line OP (observation posts) to the brass behind the lines. Over 70+ years old, it looks like a phone from Mayberry RFD. Brand new, foil sealed in its original box.

Real-working communicator was built by Kellogg Switchboard Supply back in the day.

Talk about a seldom-seen, genuine WWII era communicator, this is it. Authentic collectible is sure to initiate conversation among friends! A must-have for your military collection. It even comes in its original box!

  • Olive Drab, painted hardwood cabinet
  • Heavy-duty Bakelite handset is built to last
  • Cabinet opens to reveal internal works, very interesting
  • Built by Kellogg Switchboard Supply from yesteryear
  • Cabinet includes metal hand-crank action
  • Hardware including the crank and the phone cradle are stored inside
  • USA made

Keep informed and entertained at home or in the boonies. Order today!

Key Specifications
  • Item Number: 647989
  • Color: Olive Drab
  • Measures: 9 1/2" x 7 1/2" x 4 1/2"
  • Weighs: 17 lbs.
  • Country of Origin: USA
  • Condition: New, never issued
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