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1950's Speed-E-Whipper Manual Creamer

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Posted 7 years ago


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This was produced by L.B. Sales Co. back in the 50's. Manually did the creaming, whipping or beating. In great shape!


  1. Savoychina1 Savoychina1, 7 years ago
    I think that is the old style for "and" Speed and Whipper
  2. kfranks kfranks, 7 years ago
    It does look like the old "and" sign. I have always heard of it being refered to as the speed e whipper.
  3. Savoychina1 Savoychina1, 7 years ago
    and it may well have been. In "advertiser speak" Speed-E-Whipper" is much more catchy.
  4. kfranks kfranks, 7 years ago
    It is a bit catchier. Thanks for your input, I do appreciate it.
  5. MsDowAntiques MsDowAntiques, 7 years ago
    Definitely an 'E', not an ampersand -- see this photo of the brochure which spelles it out --

    Made by the LB Sales Co -- I can't find anything on them. Maybe it was Leo Blackstone, but that's a dead end for me too --
  6. MsDowAntiques MsDowAntiques, 7 years ago
    Here are some more ampersand fonts that look like E's --
  7. kfranks kfranks, 7 years ago
    Thanks MsDow, I don't have the instructions on it but that clears it up nicely. I haven't heard much about LB Sales either. I have to do some more digging on that also. Everyone on this site is so nice and informative. I am really glad I joined.
  8. Savoychina1 Savoychina1, 7 years ago
    When all else fails you can count on MsD !
  9. MsDowAntiques MsDowAntiques, 7 years ago
    Forgot to throw in ebay for values - completed show them as having sold for $2.00 to $28.00 --
  10. kfranks kfranks, 7 years ago
    Yes, I look at eBay often for pricing. I do sell there but am dwindling my store down because of the crazy high cost to list, keep, etc.
  11. cicababy, 7 years ago
    I purchased one of these at the local church run thrift store for 99 cents. I thought it would be a perfect milk frother for my stovetop espresso maker for cappuccinos. However, my 9 year old son is having alot of fun making hot chocolate in it in the easy to microwave the milk in glass part, add chocolate syrup, and then add the cover to pump away to a warm bubbly morning drink.
  12. kfranks kfranks, 7 years ago
    OH cicababy I just saw your post. What a great way to use it and how fun it must be for him to make!
  13. wickedgoodbones wickedgoodbones, 1 year ago
    I just picked one of these up yesterday at an antique mart for $8! Used it tonight with some organic cream and sugar with a capful of org. vanilla: The whipped cream and the clean-up took me all of 3-4 minutes total and was some of the tastiest strawberries and cream ever!!! Total time even included washing and putting away: far and away much more easy than taking out the food processor or mixer, with a bit of fun and nostalgia to boot!!!

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