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Telephone Identification, Repair & Restoration => Telephone Restoration Projects and Techniques => Topic started by: markosjal on December 28, 2017, 05:07:59 PM

Title: Damaged paper letter Card on Small round button trimlines
Post by: markosjal on December 28, 2017, 05:07:59 PM
I had a Stromberg Carlson with a case with no cracks however the paper insert that displays the letters "ABC" for example was somewhat damaged

As I have seen places where there are number cards I have never seen one of these for download so I put my scanner and Photoshop to work and am pisting the results. Ultimately I decided to match the color of the burnt orange and what I posted here in Orange  (The Photoshop file at least) prints beaurtifully matching SC Burnt Orasnge, on my Xerox Phaser 6125 Color Laser . "Orange is the new Black!"

Posting only PNG files . The phoptoshop files for me printed at exactly the correct size. They can be downloaded here:

If you what colored as I made, you can load the black one up in Photoshop and fill in the black with your color or pattern of chaoice .I threw in a quicky wacky one as an example. I am sure to upset the purists with this!.

After printing you can use a hole puncher , if you can find the right size, to cut out the button holes. Use scissors to cut out the pattern and an exacto knife for fine cutting.