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Posted 7 years ago


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HELLO- me and my boys are confused on this 1! we have some ideas but we all could be wrong! if anybody knows what this is-please let us know? and if you know how old it is my helpers would love to know that too!:):) and the little guy thinks its worth a small mint!!lol:):(im not kidding with that 1!) he thinks its old! so any input would be greatful! thank you--happy new year!!

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  1. scott, 7 years ago
    I believe it was for making whipped cream before they came up with Cool whip
  2. jsw14 jsw14, 7 years ago
    This is a old hand crank Dazey Butter Churn. Your's looks to be a No#3. Look on the handle or top for a No. Maybe late 30s, or 40s. I have one but I don't have the jar. they are hard to find. As of price Hmmm, 50 to 80 maybe! Hope this helps....
  3. doodledog53, 7 years ago
    Nice churn! They came in different sizes and sometimes different color lids. I'd love to have one like a salesman's sample.
  4. codydogg, 7 years ago
    THANK YOU sooo much for your info!! I really app" it! me and my boys have a bunch of stuff that we have no idea what thay are and you are helping us out alot! thanks-hope you all have a happy new year!! oo yea"-the handle says 20 H--and on the metal top pc"-it says 20 B -- thanks again! c-dogg
  5. jsw14 jsw14, 7 years ago
    Well the No#s match. The H is for handle#, & the B is the base#.....Model No#20..... IMO
  6. lydabenson lydabenson, 6 years ago
    We have one similar, my husband grew up on a dairy farm and we have photos of him as a toddler, cranking the butter churn. Ours is made without the necessity of a screen and the paddles are darker, yours look to be new, replacements. Saw one on ebay a couple of years ago for around $80.00.
  7. Nancy Salisbury, 6 years ago
    Yes that is a Daisy Butter Churn . I have one that belonged to my grandparents . I think ours may be a bit larger than this one . Ours also has a daisy imbossed on the bottom of the jar . The paddles on this one look to me to be replacements as well . I have seen ones like mine in antique stores with a high price tag on them well over $100.00 , some as high as $300.00 . If this is a small Daisy churn it is worth more than mine as they are harder to come by .

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