They don't make modems like this any more.
Check out the old-style four-prong phone plug.
No AT commands here...
You had to dial the number with an actual dial.
The text on the back reads:
DATA SET 113A
SERIAL NO. Y5221
The white text on the bottom between the front feet reads:
II Y 70
The upper horizontal slot and lower vertical slot near the front feet have sliders with loudness controls. The horizontal slot on the left has a box below it with an arrow pointing to the right and the word LOUD below the arrow.
The two shiny vertical ovals might be some sort of metallic ground. (The top and bottom parts of the enclosure are both dense plastic.)
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The modem lid and base.
The modem parts.
The modem line buttons.
The modem dialer mechanism.
The bottom of the modem's main circuit board.
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