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No. 8 Universal Bread Maker

This tin container is the No. 8 Universal bread maker, made by Landers, Frary & Clark of New Britain, CT. It won a gold medal at the St. Louis Exposition in 1904. There are instructions for making the bread embossed on the top and it was meant to hold dough for making eight loaves at a time, so it is quite large. It was well taken care of and is in excellent shape.

Unfortunately, I do not have a picture to submit at this time.

I am interested in finding out how much it may be worth.

General Antiques and Collectibles
This container is tin.
Distinguishing marks: 
Has instructions for making bread embossed on the top.
Date Period: 
1890s on
Size and dimensions of this item: 
It is meant to make 8 loaves of bread at a time.
This tin bread maker was used by a family who had a restaurant years ago in our area. The friend who gave it to me is now 90 years old, and her restaurant has been gone for years.
For Sale?: 

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