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Lightly cleaned and oiled, not fully restored
This is the earliest version of the White Mountain Apple Parer/peeler that I’ve ever run across. D.H Goodell was the witness to the patent (he later became the name/owner of the patent and produced these and many other models under the Goodell name). This one is an oldie with a 1881 patent (add link) which list it as an apple parer, gorger, and slicer. In great shape with the early head that did not have the large shaver like attachment. This probably was an early production piece as the 1 in the date is backwards, and that was corrected fairly early on. Usually early ones of these are marked with the Goodell name and Antrim, NH and usually have a different cutting head. Turns freely.
Marked: “Pat. June, 14, 1881” as the only markings. Note that the 1 in “14” is backwards, and a casting drip obscures the 81 of 1881.
9” 1/2 x 6” 5/8 when at it’s smallest.
Lightly cleaned and oiled only. Otherwise as found.
No cracks, or chips. Works great.
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