Making a secure and reliable pay phone turned out to be tough to do, and in 1889 William Gray got a patent for an innovative coin payment mechanism he was able to defend for decades. Gray distributed its pay stations through other companies including Western Electric, ultimately selling out to Automatic Electric.
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Shipping Info
Orders are printed and shipped when the time expires or earlier.
You can expect your package to arrive 5 business days after the time expires.
Expedited or Rush shipping may be available depending upon the product(s) selected and the destination country.
Shipping costs start at:
  • $0 for the first apparel item and $0 for each additional apparel item.
  • $0 for the first phone case and $0 for each additional phone case.
  • $0 for the first sticker and $0 for each additional sticker.
  • $0 for the first hoodie/sweatshirt and $0 for each additional hoodie/sweatshirt.
  • $0 for the first Twitch hoodie and $0 for each additional Twitch hoodie.
  • $0 for the first mug and $0 for each additional mug.
  • $0 for the first item and $0 for each additional item.
  • $0 for the first item and $0 for each additional item.
  • $0 for the first item and $0 for each additional item.
  • $0 for the first item and $0 for each additional item.
  • $0 for the first item and $0 for each additional item.
  • $0 for the first item and $0 for each additional item.
  • $0 for the first item and $0 for each additional item.
  • $0 for the first item and $0 for each additional item.
Products are fulfilled in the US
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