The Old General Store, Scales
JR0519 Toledo Scale
No Springs, Red metal, brass trim
JR0807 Stimpson 20lb scale
Unusual and Rare original Hanging Barrel Scale – Circa 1895.
Rare to find a Stimpson Scale from this vintage in such excellent condition with beautiful ornate brass.
Scale made by the Stimpson Computing Scale Company, Detroit, Michigan.
Scale is dark blue with hand painted detail and gold leaf trim done by an outstanding artist/craftsman.
Includes matching scale plate with gold leaf trim.
Scale works smoothly.
Barrel Scale: Approx. 15″x12″
Scale Plate: Approx. 12″x15″
JR0472 Elgin National Coffee Mill
Red painted cast metal and gold trim. Item measures approx. 65″h. It is made of cast iron including the base. The wheels are marked “Elgin National” and the grinder is marked “Empire”
Elgin National Coffee Grinders with this style were manufactured between 1885-1905.
JR0372 Lane Brothers cast metal, red painted, Coffee Mill
American, late 19th-early 20th century. A double-wheeled cast iron coffee mill in red and blue paint, with original hinged lid and tin grounds drawer
No. 102 Sponge & Co Ltd. Bean Slicer
Made in England
A very nice Vintage Retro Kitchenalia Spong No. 102 Bean Slicer in Red Enamelled paint and dating from the late 1940’s – 1950’s .
The Table Top Design Bean Slicer, is in very good condition, considering its age and use, and retains its original red paint and wooden handle.
JR0440 DeLaval Vintage Cream/Milk Separator
This cream separator was made by the De Laval Cream Separator Company, headquartered in New York City. The mechanics behind this separator were first developed in the 1880s by Gustaf De Laval in Stockholm, Sweden. DeLaval was the first to patent the centrifuge style separator & was the most common, sought-after brand of its time. In 1942 there were over six million De Laval separators in the country, but many were melted for iron during the WWII war effort.
JR0813 Enterprise Mfg. Coffee grinder Model 12
Enterprise Coffee Mill This very nice condition coffee mill was made by the most famous maker of cast iron grinders and other cast iron kitchenware, The Enterprise Manufacturing Co. of Philadelphia PA.. It is in very nice overall condition and is all original. The paint is good+ and just slightly faded as is often found. It works fine and grinds it as fine as one could want.
Enterprise No. 12 painted cast iron coffee grinder, dated 1873.