Reproduction parts - For Exchange
Here are some of the repro spare parts which I have manufactured, primaly for restoring my own phones, but also some extra ones for exchange/sale. Some of them may be in stock and are ready for shipping.
Bells for Ericsson phones, 75 mm, 66 mm and 57 mm in diameter.
Pressed from brass sheet, sanded, polished and then nickel plated.
Horns for transmitters like those used on  the Ericsson 301.
Made from brass sheet on the metal spinning lathe, sanded, polished and then nickel plated.
Line connection screw nuts:
 - diameter 18 mm with BA2 thread or UNF 10-32 thread.
 - diameter 16 mm with BA3 thread.
Bell holding nuts, diameter 16 mm with BA3 thread.
Line connection nuts, diameter 14 mm BA3 thread, used for example in the wall rose. The connection screws and the screw holding nuts can also be made.
Legs for the "Jubilee" or Skeleton phones and
screws for fastening the legs to the Skeleton phone.
Legs are made from birch and the screws from steel. (Screws are UNF 6-40 !)
Nuts for fastening the transmitter (BA3 tread) and receiver (BA4 tread), tool size 9 mm.
Nickel plated brass.
Washers for fastening the transmitter and receiver.
Nickel plated brass.
Connection nuts for transmitter (BA3 tread), both bottom nut and wire connecting nut, tool size 7 mm.
Nickel plated brass.
Connectors for receiver cord like those used on the Ericsson 301.
Nickel plated brass.
Bushews for cables used in the "Jubilee" or Skeleton phones.
Made from POM (Plastic) can do also from original material ebonite.
Bell legs for the Skeleton phone, made from brass.
Bushings for mouth-piece, thread 24 or 26 TPI.
Nickel plated brass.
Key hole protectors for wall phones, made from brass sheet and then nickel plated.
Nuts for lightning protector, BA4 tread and also the discs for them.
Nickel plated brass.
Tube parts for handset; these are especially long for the "Jubilee"-handset.
Made from brass, soldered with silver and nickel plated (shown unplated in picture).
Cranks for the "Jubilee" (the original one is on the far left),
made from brass and then nickel plated.
Knob made from POM (plastic), now I normally use original material ebonite.
Basically, I can make any screw or nut with BA tread, from BA0 to BA12 (6,0 mm down to 1,3 mm), from brass or steel. Also UNF and UNC from 1 to 12, plus UNS 10-30 for EB (Kristiania) line screws.
The nut tool sizes are limited with the source of hex bars; currently I have only brass in sizes 6, 7, 9, 10, and 11 mm.
Battery covers from steel sheet for phones like Ericsson 301. Second picture shows some of them ready with painted finish, two are for Ericsson's and the other for Rikstelefon with the Sweden-Norway union logo.
New microphone cover; to replace hygiene cover with original looking cover for mouthpiece.

New handgrip with or without switch, made from birch and then stained black with water stain.
Here is the polished handgrip with new microphone cover fitted.
Ringer coil protectors for Skeleton phones, both old models (43 mm long) and later ones (53 mm long)
I found a source of ebonite (hard rubber) and made some repro receiver covers.
Covers made before 1910 are made from ebonite and after that they were made of either bakelite or ebonite.
There is so many different threads and diameters used over the years (at least 4 thread pits and 4 diameters + most of the receivers without cover are dropped so their are not round any more), that I need the receiver when making the cover for it.

The brown one is the original part !
Laser cute hooks for writing slope and for battery cover like the ones on the Ericsson 301.
Knob for writing slope hooks made on lathe and riveted in place.
Battery cover hooks heated to get them soft for bending.
Then nickel plated and ready to use.
When ebonite can be sourced, I can now make basically any thing from it, like the handles for line selector.
Ebonite tube for Ericsson receiver handle, inside diameter 25 mm, lenght 91 mm.
Lether cover for the oldest Ericsson receiver handle (receivers made before 1882), inside diameter 25 mm, lenght 91 mm. Text and decoration done with imitation gold leaf and pressed with heat to lether.