The classic western electric 202 from the early 1930's has perhaps the most graceful curves of any phone ever produced. include a western electric e1 "spit cup" handset and an original #5 dial. Fully restored and updated for use on modern phone lines. does not contain an internal ringer, however we will provide an external ringer with each phone.
Western Electric produced the 202 from 1930 through 1936. Refurbished units were available through the 1950s. The phone was a modified version of the Western Electric 102 and contained anti-feedback circuitry. The E1 handset was originally made with a dome shaped transmitter often referred to as a "bullet transmitter".
Most of the phones were made in black, but other colors were offered including the ivory colored 202 telephone used by Barbara Stanwyck in the movie "Sorry, Wrong Number".