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Cabbage Patch Kids A Cabbage Patch Girl (blonde hair, pink dress and white tennis shoes) doll telephone. Made in Hong Kong for Coleco in 1984 and is marked Model 7911 on a white tag on the bottom. Features include touch tone dialing, mute key, last-number redial key, and in-use LED. Extra long cord. This phone is unique because the girl's arm is stationary and doesn't move when you hang up. The receiver has 'Coleco' inside the handle area and is unique to this phone, having a magnet in it that activates the hang-up mechanism inside the girl's arm. The phone is about 12 inches in height and the base is about 10 inches by 6 inches. On the back of the base is a Ringer on-off switch and the standard phone cord connector.
Canada Dry Ginger Ale Can . 1980s 6-1/2 inches tall can telephone hangs up when put down on a table. Features include a 14 ft cord, tone/pulse dialing switch push button dialing, last number redial, and a mute button. The original box looks like a larger can. Made by Tectel in Taiwan, and licensed by Anheuser-Busch.
Canada Dry SugarFree Ginger Ale Can . It is 6-1/2 inches tall and hangs up when put down on a table. Has a 14 ft cord, push button dialing, last number redial, and a mute button. The original box looks like a larger can.
Charlie Brown
Charlie Brown
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Charlie Brown one-piece telephone about 6-1/2 inches tall. Made by ACL Telecommunications.
Charlie Tuna
Charlie Tuna
Starkist Charlie the Tuna Telephone. Stands a little over 10". Plastic. The telephone is one piece. You dial from the bottom. Sticker on the side says Star-Kist Foods, Inc. 1987. A label on the bottom has all the FCC numbers, etc. Features include tone/pulse dialing switch, ringer on/off switch. Made in Hong Kong.
Coca-Cola Polar Bear FCC approved, 2 piece, push button phone. Tone/pulse switchable, wall or desk mount, last number redial, fully modular, ETL approved, Hearing aid compatible. made in China and distributed by Kash N' Gold. Model HC 900/Tiffany. Copyright 1994 the Coca-Cola Co.
Coca-Cola Bottle
Boca-Cola bottle
Made in 1983 in China for Arrow Trading Co. of New York. Licensed by Coca-Cola. Features include tone/pulse dialing switch, last-number redial, mute key. Marketed as Model 5000. Approximately 9 inches tall. It originally came with a plastic bracket that allowed it to be mounted on a wall.
Coca-Cola Can Model 5010
Coca-cola Can
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Copyright 1985. Model 5010. Has auto-last number dialer, mute key, fcc approved, extra long cord. Just stands upright on any flat surface. Lift to get dial tone. 6-1/4" high and 2-1/4" wide.
Coca-Cola Can Model 5011
Coca-cola Can
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Copyright 1985. Model 5011. Has auto-last number dialer, mute key, fcc approved, extra long cord. Just stands upright on any flat surface. Lift to get dial tone. 6-1/4" high and 2-1/4" wide.
Coca-Cola Classic Can . Made in 1980s and licensed by Coca-Cola. Stands upright on any flat surface. Lift to get dial tone. 6-1/4" high and 2-1/4" wide.
Coca-Cola Cup Looks like a red Coca-Cola 16 oz. cup with straw and with the Coca-Cola logo in silver lettering on the side of cup. Dial on bottom of cup. Made in 1987. Tone/pulse switchable, mute key, Auto-last number redial. Desk/table top stand. Modular plug. Push button keyboard. Long cord. 7 inches tall. Model 6910.
Coca-Cola Cup . Looks like a red Coca-Cola 16 oz. cup with straw and with the Coca-Cola logo in white lettering on the side of cup. Dial on bottom of cup. Made in 1980s. Tone/pulse switchable, mute key, Auto-last number redial. Desk/table top stand. Modular plug. Push button keyboard. Model AR-5040.
Coca-Cola Olympics Cube
Coke Olympics Cube
1984 Olympic (Los Angeles?) Coca Cola cube speaker telephone. It is plastic, 4" square with 2 sides showing a Coke logo and 2 Sides showing USA Olympic logos. Large touch pad numbers on top. Also has a condenser microphone and last number redial. Made in Hong Kong by Gary Electronics Corporation. Model HCSP-83.
Coca-Cola Red Disk Two Piece fully modular telephone, last-number redial, disc lights when phone rings, can play the Coke jingle, pulse/tone switchable, Requires 4--AA Batteries. made in China for Telemania and distributed by Kash N' Gold.
Coca-Cola Red Disk . Same as the phone above but no lights or music.
Coca-Cola Snow Dome
Coke Snow Dome
Phone features Polar Bear snow domes on the handset, additional everyday-type handset included, ringer light on both receiver and microphone positions, demo light when handset is lifted, stop when handset is down.
Coca-Cola Can Phone - LARGE . Mfg by Paul Nelson Industries, 14 Inverness Dr. E.,Englewood,CO in early 1980's, Model 3030. It is 12-1/2 inches high x 6-1/2 inches in diameter. It has a standard white phone receiver that hangs on a chrome cradle on the side of the can. It looks like a standard wall phone mechanism inside the can. The pushbuttons (gray) are on top of the can.
Conoco 1930's Gas Pump . Has push buttons for phone. Measures 9 1/2 inches tall. Plastic. Made in Taiwan. Other identical phones in different colors include Texaco, Sunoco, Gulf, Union 76, and Shell.
Cookie Monster
Cookie Monster
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Copyright Muppets Inc. Made in China for Children's Television Workshop Sesame Street by Concept 2000 in 1986. Cookie Monster is wearing a chef's hat and holding a jar of cookies. A one piece 8-inche tall phone that hangs up when you set him down. Includes a white plastic hang-up bracket you can screw onto a wall. Pushbuttons are on his back and include mute and redial. The mouthpiece is below the pushbuttons and earpiece is in the back of his head. This is part of a series including a Big Bird telephone!
Cookie Monster, 2nd Style
Cookie Monster
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Soft phone manufactured in China by Recyco Incorporated. Features include ringer on/off switch, last number redial, In-use LED, on/off power switch, and tone/pulse switch. It includes a 6 foot cord.
Coors Can . Coors Beer Can telephone was made in the 1980s by Tectel in Taiwan and licensed by the Adolph Coors Company. Stands upright on any flat surface. Lift to get dial tone. Features last-number redial, mute key. 6-1/4" high and 2-1/4" wide.
CP2000 Computer . A flip phone of the late 80's. Looks like a PC. Flips open to become a phone.
Crayon Communicator
Crayon Communicator
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Looks like an 8-1/2-inch tall crayon. Came in red, yellow, or blue. Made in 1983.
Crest Sparkleman
Crest Sparkleman
This 1980s sparkly blue plastic novelty telephone was a Crest Toothpaste premium. He stands 11" tall on a 5-1/8" diameter base. The push button dial and disconnect button are located under the base. You listen to his chest and talk into his feet. His index finger lights up when the phone rings. Features pulse/tone switch, ringer on/off switch, last-number redial, mute key. Made in Taiwan, model IH-168.
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