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Also known as Desk Stands. Majority of my candlestick/desk stand telephones are from the early 1900's.

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Three Automatic Electric candlesticks. From left to right, a 21 set. In the middle a 21 set without a dial and an original number plate on the face plate. On the right is a stair-step AE stick with a Mercedes Dial.

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On the left is a 151AL Northern Electric Candlestick made for the US market. The Transmitter is marked 323BW and Northern Electric Telephone Co on the back cup. The dial is a 4H. On the right is a WE candlestick with a 5H dial and a telephone reminder pad on the transmitter.

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On there left is a renickled Kellogg Desk Stand that was made for the New Brunswick Telephone company in Canada. On the right is a Cracraft Leich Candlestick set with a "High Power" oversized Wonderphone transmitter.

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A 33 station S.H.Couch Autophone made in Boston Mass.

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This is a 51AL Western Electric Candlestick with a 229 Transmitter and a WE scissor gate. The telephone comes with a 334A subset and a reverse NE dial(likely made in Europe)

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North Electric "Thick Shaft" candlestick with small transmitter faceplate and marked receiver.

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Chicago "Semi Potbelly" stick with Montgomery Ward Telephone Co. transmitter. Fashioned with a "Chicago Satisfy" receiver cap.

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From right to left:The Connecticut Telephone and Electric Co. with marked transmitter. Next, DeVeau Candlestick. Cracraft Leach with marked transmitter. Kellogg Candlestick with marked transmitter. Stromberg Carlson Candlestick.

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From lft to rigt, a Canadian Independent Telephone Co, Toronto Canada set. In the centre, a Swedish American Telephone company candlestick. On the right, a nickle Plated(original)Chicago stick with a "Chicago Telephone Satisfy" receiver cap.

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From left to right, a 51Al Northern Electric dial set with a 323 trnsmitter, marked receiver, a 2AB WE dial and was mostlikely made for the US market. Next, 20PC Northern Electric set with marked receiver. Next, is a Northern Electric 20 AL with bulldog transmitter and a REPRO courtesy coinbox. On the right is a 20AL Northern Electric "high clam shell" base set with a 5h NE dial and 323 transmitter. All sets have Northern Electric Company of Canada embossed on the back cup.

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A small collection of Enterphones. From left to right is a Western Electric 4 button enterphone with a watchcase receiver and 302 transmitter. In the center is an SH Couch Co,Norfolk,Mass. 8 button enterphone. On the tight is a 33 channel enterphone made by Screw Machine Products Co. The face plate marked as Select-o-Phone.

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From left to right, a Stromberg Carlson dial set with marked receiver and WE dial. On the right is a British WE/Post Office dial det with a dial made for Turkish market.

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On the left is a DeVeau stick with a marked transmitter and on the right, an American Electric Candlestick with Die Cut receiver hook and Rev-O-Noc Transmitter faceplate.

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Stromberg Carlson "OilCan" telephone with ball type perch,1895

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Century Split Shaft, Buffalo, NY

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American Electric Keystone Candlestick

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Kellogg Knurled Candlestick

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Automatic Electric Stairstep Candlestick with A in hook switch

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Western Electric number 10 with the 7 digit transmitter and long pole receiver.

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