from: Lee Wentworth Zaleski: “This was my grandfathers and no one has a clue what it was used for anyone seen one of these tons of drawers 2 sizes”
from: Jean Knebel Christoff: “Some of my Mothers and Great Grandmothers treasures that I have in my china cupboard.”
from: Carolyn Douglas Liedtke: “I live in a 100 year old house. I found this in an area behind a wall. It’s 30 in long, 11 1/2 inches wide and 8 in high with the handle. It is all wood except for the screws,and bolts that hold it together. It also has a chain that make the brushes move when you push it. The bristles on the front are very stiff. I have no idea what it is. Hopefully someone out there can help!”
from: Carol Boyd: “My sweet husband came home with this Enterprise Tinned Meat Chopper #.22, Made in Philadelphia, Pa. I never know what he will bring home next but I’m always sure it will fit right in.”
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