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1948 Dominion Popper Chef Electric Corn Popper

Introduced for the Christmas season of 1948, this popper can not only pop two quarts of fresh popcorn with that heavenly aroma, but can also be used for quick-prepared cereals, heating canned foods, and even a baby bottle warmer.

The popping bowl is separate from the heating base and the bowl can be washed as any other pan, and the base can be just wiped down.

This one is in excellent condition and comes with a facsimile of the original instructions and recipes, and a detachable cord set.

1948 Dominion Popper Chef Electric Corn Popper
Dominion Electric Corporation, Mansfield, Ohio, U.S.A.
110-120 Volts 400 Watts UL DO NOT IMMERSE IN WATER.

Shipping weight: 9 lbs.

$95

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The Popper Chef

Ellen in Coventry, Rhode Island bought this popper and wrote to say Can't begin to tell you how much I am enjoying my popcorn popper. This is the real deal - the one my mom had and on which I grew up! Had my granddaughter over last night and we munched away. She absolutely loved it - "better than microwave - even the extra butter kind." Thank you so very much for the nostalgic evening. I am thrilled!


Fresh and Hot popcorn with salt and butter

Bobbie in Norfolk, Virginia bought this popper and wrote to say The popper arrived and my sister-in-law was thrilled. Her old one, that she had since "forever" gave up the ghost months ago. It has been mourned by the entire family - kids, grandkids, etc. She immediately made a batch of popcorn and my brother said the two of them ate all of it! We are a family of popcorn lovers and nothing is better than popcorn made in the old fashioned popcorn poppers. Thank you for taking the time and effort to make them available. My entire family thanks you.

Kenmore 2 Quart Popcorn Popper sold at Sears & Roebuck

This corn popper was manufactured for Sears in the early 1950s by the Dominion Electric Corporation. It is in clean, blemish free, near new condition. The popping bowl separates from the heating unit, so it's a breeze to keep clean. It comes with a vintage cord and the original hang tag instruction booklet. The unit measures 8 inches in diameter and approximately 8 inches high.

Kenmore 2 Quart Popcorn Popper sold at Sears & Roebuck
Volts 110-120 Watts 425 Amps 3.69

Shipping weight: 6 lbs.

$95

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Curvaceous!

The Popex 4 Quart Popcorn Popper

Zowie! This is the Jayne Mansfield of corn poppers, with very attractive curves. If you are too young to remember Jayne Mansfield, I'll give you a clue -- she posed for Playboy in 1955, and before that she appeared on stage in "Death of a Salesman", and later in scores of films. But, let us get back to the popper.

This three piece model pops 4 quarts of popcorn, the popping vessel is not attached to the heating base, so it can be dunked in a dishpan, very easy to keep clean. It measures approximately 10 inches high, 8.5 inches across widest part of bowl, and 12 inches across the bowl to tip of the handle.

In very good condition, it comes complete with cord set, a facsimile of the original factory instructions and our directions for successful popping.

The Popex 4 Quart Popcorn Popper Popex Inc.
110-115 volts 660 Watts AC-DC

Shipping weight: 8 lbs.

$135

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Dominion/Kenmore Automatic Corn Popper Single Handle Version

From the late 1960s, this popper has 2.5 quart capacity but has never made a batch -- it looks brand new. The polished aluminum is blemish free, spotlessly clean inside and out, and the unit has been tested and works as perfectly.

It is fully automatic which means it shuts itself off automatically when the corn is popped. No more scorched corn.

The heating unit is permanently attached to the popping bowl. It measures 8 inches high and 8 inches wide.

This looks new, never used and comes with a detachable cord set, and operating instructions and tips for making great popcorn.

Kenmore
Sears Roebuck & Co.
Model # 307.68990
Watts 400 Volts 120 AC only
(Underwriters Laboratory symbol)
DO NOT IMMERSE IN WATER

Shipping weight: 7 Lbs.

$95

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Base permanently attached to heating element


About Knapp-Monarch Corn Poppers

Knapp Monarch made very high quality poppers, all with the popping bowl permanently attached to a heavy duty, sealed heating element (known as a two-piece popper, the bowl/base and the lid). We offer several versions for sale, and they all have the same heating element regardless of external styling.


Knapp-Monarch 2.5 Quart Popcorn Popper - Early model

This early model has "stand-off" handles; made of turned walnut. The body sits on a lantern ring base, This model is shown in a print ad from 1940 but I'll bet it was also in production in the late 1930s.

This two-piece model is in very good condition, comes with a facsimile of original instructions and our instructions and detachable cord set. It is ready to make fresh, fragrant popcorn for your family, friends and neighbors.

Knapp-Monarch 2.5 Quart Popcorn Popper - Early model
Knapp-Monarch Co. St. Louis, MO. U.S.A.
115 V. 450 W.
DO NOT IMMERSE IN WATER

Shipping weight: 9 lbs.

$72

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Quality made in The Show Me State

Quality made in St. Louis, Missouri

Knapp-Monarch 2.5 Quart Popcorn Popper - Third Version

This is the third version of the company's high quality, two piece, non-automatic poppers. Like its predecessors this model is absolutely tops in quality and performance. It was advertised in 1949. It measures approximately 9 inches high, 11 inches wide across the handles and makes about 2.5 quarts of popcorn per popping.

This example is in excellent, nearly new condition, and comes with a detachable cord and a facimile of the original instructions, plus our own popping tips.

Knapp-Monarch 2.5 Quart Popcorn Popper - Third Version
Knapp Monarch Co. St Louis, MO. USA
115 V 450W
DO NOT IMMERSE IN WATER

Shipping weight: 9 lbs.

$120

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Made in the USA in Manitowac Wisconsin

Space Age Mirro-Matic 4 Quart Corn Popper

Man had landed on the moon the year before this 4 quart Mirro-Matic corn popper was made in Manitowoc, Wisconsin (also the birthplace of the first aluminum Christmas tree in 1967.)

This model has the largest capacity of any corn popper we sell and the unbreakable Lexan lid doubles as a 4 quart serving bowl. Overall, it measures 12 inches across and 8 inches high.

This is an automatic popper which means it shuts itself off at the end of the popping cycle. And, it is completely Teflon free (an important consideration for bird owners) even though the new, non-stick coating had been on the market several years and was becoming more than a novelty.

This one is in like new, blemish free condition, and comes with the original factory wrapped cord, instructions and box.

Space Age Mirro-Matic 4 Quart Corn Popper
Mirro Aluminum Co. Manitowac, Wisconsin, U.S.A.
120 Volts 600 Watts AC only
DO NOT IMMERSE IN WATER

Shipping Wt: 7 lbs.

$85 in excellent condition (as shown)
$125 in mint condition with original carton


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Cream and Brown with a crank

This circa 1947 popcorn popper is a Mint New never used example of a really fun piece. Pour in a little oil, a little corn, and let the kids take turns cranking away with the stirring handle on top. When the popping stops dump out about three quarts of memorably delicious hand stirred popcorn. It's a lot more fun than the microwave. The cooking pot is removable from the heavy duty heating element for easy cleaning. This popper measures 8 inches in diameter and is 9 inches high and has a permanently attached cord.

We have waited a very long time for a popper of this type to come along in such good condition. There isn't even a storage blemish on this beauty. It comes complete with the original box.

U.S. Mfg. Corp.Decatur ILL.
110-120 V 400 W. UL

$110

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Who gets to operate the crank?

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