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1947 National Pressure Cooker (#7) and Original price tag,& Warranty and Guide and Colander pan,die cast rack and round pan

  1. National pressure cooker is in good working order with proper guages & canning rack.  Also has original factory tag, warranty card & the Modern guide to Home canning (5-46).  Also has a  March 1,  1947 order form for a set of two dual pans, complete with handles for $1.00. The company also stated on back that a substitution was made.  2. Please let me know the value if possible of everything. 
Category: 
Other
Condition: 
Good
Medium / Material: 
Metal (appears to be cast iron)
Distinguishing marks: 
Identifyed as a National Pressure cooker
Period: 
1947
Dimensions: 
a # 7
Weight: 
several pounds
History: 
Bought it at a yard sale
For Sale: 
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Domestic labor saving devices such as pressure cookers, vacuums, pots and pans etc. do not appreciate much in value compared to more decorative household items such as china, figurines and furniture. Most utility kitchen items are consider obsolete, and in many case dangerous to use, which often results in very modest values for them. Older pressure cooker most often sell for less than $50.00.

 

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