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Mastercraft Toaster For Display

This toaster still heats up, but is better for display. It has a ticking timer that doesn't tick unless you apply gentle pressure to the lever. It is steel with chrome plating.

Shipping weight 6 Lbs.

$20

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Formal Parallel Lines

Formal Parallel Lines

There are no curlicues on this toaster, rather a sleek, clean design featuring a pair of three parallel vertical straight raised ridges which continue from the door onto the base. The knobs are turned wood and show three ridges. This one has a bell that would 'ding' when the toast was done. It will still ding if you shake the toaster.

Shipping weight 4 Lbs.

$25

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Toaster For Display - Diagonal

The black base and frame set off the chrome plated door with a series of raised triangles flanked by strong diagonals. The triangles are repeated in the side panels, It is finished with turned wood handles painted with black enamel.

Shipping weight 4 Lbs.

SOLD

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Graphic Theme



Excel Electric Corn Popper with Red Crank

This attractive corn popper was made in Muncie, Indiana by Excel Electric Company about 1925 before they changed their name to Excel Manufacturing. It has turned wood handles and knob covered in a nice deep red enamel. Although I've never seen the original instructions, I believe these poppers were intended to operate without adding oil. I did a couple of test batches of popcorn, but I didn't have the right cranking technique and some of the popped kernels still scorched.

This popper has suffered some hard use, and the nickel over steel plating is stained with some spots of corrosion, most notably on the Excel name and rust on the steel interior. While it may still work, I'm selling it as a decorator piece not intended for use, and without a cord set.

Shipping weight 5 Lbs.

$20

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Made in the USA in Muncie, Indiana



Made in Milwaukee, Wisc. U.S.A.

Lindemann & Hoverson For Display

From Milwaukee, this toaster gave good service but has reached the end of its functional life.

Shipping weight 5 Lbs.

SOLD

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Tea Kettle

This one still holds water just fine, but I cannot get it to whistle. I'll include the story about the man who made them.

Shipping weight 4 Lbs.

$45

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Boo



Sears meant real value when this was on the market.

Vintage Percolator For Display

This one was sold a Sears, Roebuck and Company.

Shipping weight 4 Lbs.

$15

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Attractive 1930s Toaster

Formerly alive and working, this one has reached the end of its toast-making life. Still good for display.

Shipping weight 8 Lbs.

$20

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Boo




Home. . . 1920s. . . 1930s. . . 1940s & later. . . Non electric. . . 220 Volt. . .
Classic Appliances . . . Waffle Irons. . . Popcorn Poppers. . . Cookers Fryers. . .
Working but. . . Decorator Special . . . Toast Racks. . . "toasterNotes" Cards. . .
Replacement Cords. . . FAQ. . . Links. . . Recipes . . . Repair Service. . .
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