Featured Can anyone help identify this German Cast Iron piece?

Discussion in 'Antique Discussion' started by Timothy K Snyder, Sep 25, 2019.

  1. Timothy K Snyder

    Timothy K Snyder New Member

    Picked this up with a bunch of antique coffee grinders/mills. Obviously German from a company still in existence. Even with the text that is left on the piece, I can't figure it out. AJ6A6761.jpg AJ6A6763.jpg
     
  2. Grateful

    Grateful Active Member

    Heck, I'd call the company and ask if I email a photo, could they try to help me identify a piece I have. Most people are really helpful if you approach them genuinely interested and not just asking for an "appraisal." Just a thought.
     
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  3. Timothy K Snyder

    Timothy K Snyder New Member

    Its an idea, I did try and look on their website for history...who knows if anyone there now would know the history that far back...lol
     
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  4. sabre123

    sabre123 Well-Known Member

    Photos look great. Can we see the innards and other side of that beast?

    Do those two sections with the handles separate, and do they come out of the unit?
     
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  5. Hollyblue

    Hollyblue Well-Known Member

    What is inside the spouted "containers"? what size is it ,looks more like a small cream separator.
     
  6. Timothy K Snyder

    Timothy K Snyder New Member

    It looks like some kind of liquid would come out of the spouts?
     

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  7. sabre123

    sabre123 Well-Known Member

    Yep, that makes sense.
     
  8. Fid

    Fid Well-Known Member

    they had patents for dough machines; kneaders etc.
    what happens when you turn the handle ?
     
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  9. Timothy K Snyder

    Timothy K Snyder New Member

    The big silver thing in the middle spins...puzzling
     
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  10. Hollyblue

    Hollyblue Well-Known Member

    It is missing a milk reserve tank on the top.The spinning cone in the center cause centrifugal force and causes the milk and cream to separate .

     
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  11. Timothy K Snyder

    Timothy K Snyder New Member

    Awesome Find! Thank you :) Too bad I'm missing the big tank
     
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