Food Mixer

Description
Egg beater or food mixer: "RAPID FIRE SANITARY BEATER". Molded glass container, cylindrical in shape, with indents around exterior, no marks on bottom. Mixing apparatus comprised of two slightly curved circular pieces of sheet metal, punched with circular holes throughout, connected with thin wire spring (now detached). Thin metal shaft attached, which protrudes through top of domed metal lid, with bent handle at top. Lid is stamped around top opening: "PATENTED JAN.6-1920". Originally would have had paper label printed with: "RAPID FIRE/SANITARY BEATER/A marvelously quick producer/of results. Beats an egg to proper/consistency in FIFTEEN SECONDS, meaning/a great saving in TIME and LABOR. Very/effective as a CREAM and MAYONNAISE Whip and for/making Egg Nog, Custards, Floating Island and/Sauces. Mixes refreshing cool drinks in a few/seconds time. Do not operate too fast/and keep inside of jar free from water./A pinch of salt helps."
Patent number US 1327568 A, January 6, 1920, Peter Neukirchen, Chicago, Illinois, assignor to Julius H. Wald, of Chicago, Illinois, for "Egg-beater".
Location
Currently not on view
date made
1920-1925
place made
United States
United States: Illinois, Chicago
place used
United States: Ohio, Columbus
Physical Description
glass (container material)
metal (overall material)
Measurements
overall: 9 in x 3 1/4 in; 22.86 cm x 8.255 cm
ID Number
DL*322793.24
catalog number
76-FT-01.1057
accession number
322793
collector/donor number
424
Credit Line
Gift of Mary Eloise Green
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Home and Community Life: Domestic Life
Domestic Furnishings
Data Source
National Museum of American History, Kenneth E. Behring Center

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