Updated in 2012!
Also called a skeletal phone, manufactured by the Ericcson company (now part of Sony) from the late 1800s through the early 1900s. The original phone was magneto-powered; electricity was generated by turning a hand-crank on the side of the base. Crosley currently sells a reproduction that is electric.
Model is highly detailed and constructed so that moving parts (dial, magneto crank, handle, cord) can be animated. All textures except the black base and brass accents (also included) are UV mapped using 3072x3072 color, bump, and alpha maps.