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We have select models of waffle irons for 220 Volts. Please inquire.


Helios

Two spring-loaded doors. The spring on one door is weaker than the other but still stays closed.

Comes with detachable cord set with European plug.

Helios
220 Volts

Shipping Weight 5 Lbs.

$110

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Tur in Green

From East Germany, this toaster has a green enamel base, a pebble finish on the doors, and most unusual heating elements, encased in ceramic tubes.

It comes with a detachable cord set with a European plug.

Vintage Tur Toaster in Green
220 Volts

Shipping Weight 6 Lbs.

$275

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Here are some others I have available.



Vintage Schott Toaster

The simplicity of the design drew me to this toaster. It is plain without being ugly. Again, beautiful design and construction. It has a nice signature just above the base.

It has a push switch on the base.

It comes with detachable cord set with a European plug.

Vintage Schott Toaster
220 Volts

Shipping Weight 5 Lbs.

SOLD

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Ciao Bella.

Roman Toaster

Bella! I found this toaster at the flea market in Rome, on a wild adventure with a trio of tour guides, one of which had been a customer in New York with her sister and friend who all bought really nice toasters from me -- and boy, did she pound me on my price!

A couple of years ago, I'd been lucky enough to spend a week in Napoli in the excellent company of a gentleman who was born there, now living in London with his wife with whom I went to college, and our good friends from Paris and Portland, all for the first showing of Matteo's art in his home town. Wow, what a marvelous time. Good food and good friends.

At the end of the trip, I took the train from Naples to Rome with an extra day to see my customer Carla who offered to show me around Rome, with two friends who were also tour guides with whom we shared a glass of Pro Seco and lovely lunch...and a trip to the flea market!

This is the Mondial Fire toaster, with a pearlescent paint job still in pretty good condition and chrome over the top and narrow sides. It works just fine, and comes with two beautifully designed clamps to hold a slice or sandwich. There's a thumbscrew on the bottom to open a large door for crumb cleaning. And, best of all are the handles in three-dimensional zig-zag design. Thank you Italy. The cord is a woven black and white herringbone with molded plastic fittings. Need a toaster to use in Rome?

Mondial Fire toaster from Rome
220 Volts

Shipping Weight 8 Lbs.

SOLD

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Home. . . 1920s. . . 1930s. . . 1940s & Later. . . Non electric. . . 220 Volt. . .
Waffle Irons. . . Corn Poppers. . . Fryers. . . Egg Cookers. . . Other. . .
Kitchen Props . . . Toast Racks. . . toasterNotes Cards. . .
Repair Service. . . Replacement Cord Sets. . . FAQ. . . Links. . .

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