|Designed by Henry Dreyfus and put into service in 1937, the Western
Electric 354 is the wall version of the popular 302 or "Lucy Phone".
phone is commonly misrepresented as Bakelite, but in fact Western Electric never made any
phones using Bakelite (other than for the handsets). They didn't think it was tough enough
for long service life. The body of this phone is thermal plastic.
The phone originally came with a straight handset cord, but later models used the curl
cord. I can do either way for you at your request (if no request is made, I'll pick one
To mount this phone, you bolt it directly to the wall. I do have modern modular plates
available for an extra $10. If you want to attach your phone directly to a modern wall
phone jack, click the icon below after making your purchase.
|Purchase phone with standard cords:
||Purchase phone with reproduction cloth
If you would like a modern modular wall plate added for an additional $10 by clicking
here after purchasing the phone.