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Posted 6 years ago


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I found these grinders in my grand mothers garage but I'm not sure exactly what they are. The patient is from 1897. Can you tell me their approximate value?

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  1. April , 6 years ago
    The photo on the left are like the grinders I grew up with and my grandma
    would grind up the leftover beef roast and potatoes for hash.
  2. Tommy, 6 years ago
    Can anyone tell me what they are worth?
  3. vanskyock24 vanskyock24, 6 years ago
    yes they are meat grinders in indiana alot of people calls them sausage grinder they are not worth much anywhere to 10 bucks to 40 is the average depends on the name on them griswald and keen cutter are the better ones
  4. DKHR, 5 years ago
    i have one and it's worth 24.99
  5. epson233 epson233, 5 years ago
    currently out here in the nw there is not much demand for them -- on garage sales they rarely sell for over $5 -- guess it would depend on the manf and the knowledge one has -- i currently have two of my grandmothers also -- but they still get used during deer and elk season for making sausage for appetizers served on toasted breads

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