Remember when we didn’t have mobile phone? In the 70’s and 80s in Greece, if you were out of home or even depending where you lived you didn’t always have a phone at your home (in village particularly) and you were used to go to the periptero (newspapers kiosk) to make your phone calls or to call from these so funny red phone in street booths! You paid by placing 2, 5 or 10 drachma coin into the slot. Of course everyone waited for their turn to cal hearing your conversation! These phone were called simply “Red Phone” or “Tamura” after the Japanese company’s name that manufactured them. So get your retro red phone to remember some practical and funny things of the daily life!
The dimensions of the small size are (approximately) 7.5 x 8.5 cm and of the large size are (approximately) 9.5 x 11 cm
This sticker is printed on a glossy plastic paper and is water resistant (no worry to stick them on your car for example) but not waterproof.
I send the stickers in an envelope (so the shipping cost is not excessive) with a hard cardboard to prevent bending.
You can find in my shop more than 30 other stickers!
Design and printed in Greece with love