Alexander Bell Telephone Patent – Decor, Office Decor, Patent Print, Phone Patent, Telephone Patent, Vintage Telephone, Telephone Blueprint


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A patent print poster of one of the first telephones (called speaking telephone in the Patent) invented by the father of the telephone – Alexander Graham Bell. The patent was issued by the United States Patent Office on December 13, 1881. An interesting fact is that Bell considered the telephone to be an intrusion on his real work as a scientist and refused to have one in his study. We certainly have come a long way from this phone to modern smartphones.

Patent prints allow you to have a piece of history in your home, office, man cave, geek den or anywhere you wish to add an interesting touch.


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