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Is there a place that I can get a rotary phone ...

Is there a place that I can get a rotary phone that actually works? I am feeling kind of nostalgic and would love to show my nieces how phones used to be. Please point me in the right direction.

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Try http://www.rotarydialphones.com  Expect to pay between $50-250.  You might want to make sure that your phone company can still handle rotary service.  Some stores sell replica "rotary" phones that are actually Touchtones with a rotary-shaped dial - BEWARE!

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