1234G 10 Button Payphone 1964 White 1964 Worlds Fair

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The first  1234G touch tone payphone was introduced at the 1964 New York World's Fair. The payphones were White.  From what is known all of these white 1234G payphones were destroyed after the world's fair ended. Other telephone items such as the picture phone also made their debut at the 1964 Worlds fair 


When the 1234 G 10 button payphones came out Green, Black, Beige and Chrome were offered. The 1234G payphone in itself is rare. Not many were ever put in service. Soon after the single slot payphone came out. White 1234G payphones are very rare . White payphones were used at the 1964 worlds fair in New York to introduce the touch tone 3 slot payphone . Unfortunately after the fair all were destroyed . 



 Now is your chance to have a White  1234G payphone made by Western Electric and Bell Systems.   have   The housing has been sandblasted and powder coated White . If you wanted a nice black 10 button Western Electric 1234G payphone here is your chance. Comes with beautiful chrome Hardware and all locks  with  keys 

This model requires a 685 subset to work. It has not been tested 


We can set this up with  a White   685 subset  on an original  White backboard if you would like for an additional cost.             

See our listing for a White 1234G


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