Toaster [Universal]

Landers Frary and Clark, Manufacturer

Circa 1922
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Maker and Role
Landers Frary and Clark, Manufacturer
Production Date
Circa 1922
The E 947 Universal Toaster required the bread to be placed in either one or two enclosed ‘drawers’, which were swung out at right angles to the elements. The drawers would allow the bread to be toasted on one side, and then manually rotated (or flipped around) by a cam mechanism to be toasted on the other. Nickel plated brass construction. Bakelite handles and feet. 215-230 volts AC, 400 watts.
Processed Material/Metal
Signature/Marks and Type
Universal/ Made by Landers Frary & Clark/ New Britian CONN., U.S.A Maker's Mark
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Credit Line
Landers Frary and Clark. Circa 1922. Toaster [Universal], 1982.652.4. The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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