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    Posted 8 years ago

    Jillofallt…
    (11 items)

    Ceramic type plug in with non traditional electric plug in. The prongs are wider and in a different than modern vertical alignment. Tag at base near the dogs feet reads "American Elec. Heater Co. Detroit, U.S.A. Serial 9557 1/2 Volts95-104 Cat No 112 Amps .6"

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    1. rocker-sd rocker-sd, 8 years ago
      I love these, Sluggo has one in his collection.
    2. surfdub66 surfdub66, 8 years ago
      Cool ;-)
    3. Jillofalltrades, 8 years ago
      I've never been able to find much information on these curling irons. Somewhere I read they were circa 1915, somewhere else I read they were salesman demos but I have no way to verify it. It reminds me of my grandmother so I display it in my living room.

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