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Posted 4 years ago

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dhumphrey12
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What a fun Toaster it is a Landers, Fhary & Clark
Item No# E36412. Does anyone know the exact year
of this model. I can't believe it this thing really works.

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  1. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 4 years ago
    Sometime in the 1920's. I've seen them sell at auction between 100.00 to 175.00.
    And use the thing, what fun!
    Dave
  2. dhumphrey12 dhumphrey12, 4 years ago
    Should we clean it?
  3. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 4 years ago
    Lightly! Don't stick it in the dishwasher! LOL Damo cloth dry off. Should be good. Dave
  4. dhumphrey12 dhumphrey12, 4 years ago
    Thanks so much for the information. I am very new at this and I think I am hooked. Though I would not put it in the dishwasher. But I bet someone would LOL
  5. nonk nonk, 4 years ago
    Lot's of info here
    http://www.toastermuseum.com/index.htm
  6. REED, 3 years ago
    You have a similar design to the one I have by the same company. The patent date was stamped on the bottom of mine.."1914" but I don't know the manufacture date. These are remarkable and reliable appliances. Mine still works as well. I took mine apart and soaked it in an amonia,water, and dishsoap solution, gently scrubbed around the heating elements to get rid of the soot and built up grease, towel dried the solid parts ,used the wifes hair dier on the elements coaxed it all back together and it still works. It smoked a little when I plugged it back in but that was due to some remaining moisture in the coils.I'm still amazed after all theses years it continues to work...
    Have fun with yours

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