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    Posted 11 years ago

    stumoneylove
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    I have uploaded 4 pics but they don't show up unless you click where the image is supposed to be. I believe this to be an antique meat/cheese slicer. I have no clue on it's date of Manufacture. There is a Plate attached to it that the says: National Combination Slicer,
    Manufactured by National Slicing Machine Co., Atlanta, Ga., Serial #1153E, Model 200w, PATENT #95432.

    This item was found in a storage unit that we were cleaning out and any information that anyone has would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks in advance.

    Kevan

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    1. ttomtucker ttomtucker, 11 years ago
      Your food slicer with the design patent D-95432 was patented by John R Jones of Atlanta, GA on Feb 7, 1935. The patent design was assigned to the National Slicing Machine Co. also of Atlanta.
    2. stumoneylove, 11 years ago
      Thanks Ttom, Any idea what it's worth?
    3. ttomtucker ttomtucker, 11 years ago
      It's hard to say when you don't run across this type item that often. There will be someone out there in Collectors Weekly who has a better knowledge of slicers then me.

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