A wood phone case has sold for nearly $3.5 million after being displayed at a Phoenix showroom for more than three decades.
The phone case from the 1930s sold at the Phoenix, Arizona showroom on Monday.
The owner said the phone case was meant to be used in the home, but she didn’t remember who had asked for it to be kept there.
She said she would like to donate it to a local library.
The telephone case was a popular item at the showroom, which sold out of it within days.
The phone case had about 4,000 calls to the phone, but it only took about 30 minutes to dial out, said Stephanie Gentry, who bought the phone for $1,000.
The case was the first time a phone case sold for more that $3 million.
It is the first of its kind in Arizona, and the second in the country.