We have had this AT&T "Country Junction" Rotary Dial Corded Phone since the late 70"s. It's been in the same spot of our kitchen all this time and one that we stil use today.
This beautiful phone is made of geniune oak and antiqued nickel finished parts. I still have the original box with all the instructions and some of the mounting hardware.
Introduced in 1974 by AT&T as part of the Design Line series, it was made to look like the single box wall phone of the early days. I love that is has a true rotary dial instead of the imitation round touch tone dials that came out later.
The cording of the handset is made of a brown tightly woven material instead of the stretchy cords of today. You have to remember when you are on it not to walk away as it does not stretch!!!!
This phone was manufactured in Indianpolis, IN. It measures 9-1/2" wide by 11-3/8" high by 5-3/8" deep. It has to be treated like a regular piece of fine wood furniture, no multi cleaner wipes here.
The only problem we have had in the past year is a little static on the line but I think that is from the original cording. When we tried switching to a modern stretch cord it worked fine, but I like the look of the original cord so I keep that on there.
This phone is coming with us when we move so you can say it gets my highest recommendation!