Retailers that sell old-fashioned telephones include Brookstone, World to Home, Home Decorators and eBay. In addition to selling phones, each retailer sells other old-fashioned home goods, some of which are originals.
Brookstone features replica old-fashioned telephones from a range of eras. This includes crank-style wall telephones, phones from the 1910s and 1920s and rotary phones. Shoppers can narrow down their choices according to price, color, whether or not the item is on sale and previous shoppers' ratings.
World to Home offers both replica and antique telephones. Its reproduction line ranges from the late 19th century to the 1940s, and includes crank telephones and French antique phones. Its antique reproduction phones come with modern features. For example, the company's candlestick phones have volume controls, redial features and pulse tones. Shoppers can narrow down their options according to era, material and desired features.
Home Decorators has an Audio and Telephones selection that features a small number of old-fashioned phones. This includes wall phones, princess phones and kettle phones. Shoppers can filter their choices according to color, style and previous shoppers' ratings.
EBay's sellers offer a range of genuine and replica telephones. Shoppers can choose between genuine items without modification, phones that benefit from restoration and replicas with modern features. Items are available on a buy-it-now or an auction basis.