Hamilton Beach Model “C” Food Mixer

Description
Food mixer (stand) and accessories (1988.0076.02B-L)
A. Motor, 3-speed, metal speed selector (labeled on top: "O/1/2/3") Can be attached or removed from stand (D) with bent metal attachment on bottom (enameled black), operable with one hand; metal casing painted yellow; arched Bakelite handle at top; beater attachment in front; black rubber power cord. Label on left side (metal plate screwed into casing) reads: "HAMILTON BEACH/model "C"/115 VOLTS AC OR DC 120 WATTS SERIAL NUMBER LM 281136/HAMILTON BEACH MFG. CO. - RACINE, WIS. - MADE IN U.S.A./PATENTS 1738112 - 1871274 - 1884120 - 1909497 - 1911202 - 1932747/1954258 - 1970811 AND PATENTS APPLIED FOR. LICENSED UNDER U.S./DESIGN PATENTS 83410-87228 - 87587 AND PATENTS 1733291-1926910". Front of casing has print or sticker applied: "Tested and Approved/SERIAL NO. 1438/Good Housekeeping/Institute/Conducted for/GOOD HOUSEKEEPING MAGAZINE".
Patents:
US 1738112 A, December 3, 1929, Thomas B. Myers, assignor to Hamilton Beach Manufacturing Company, for "Motor-driven beater"
US 1871274 A, August 9, 1932, Emanuel Nielsen, assignor to Hamilton Beach Manufacturing Company, for "Motor speed regulator"
US 1909497 A, May 16, 1933, Emanuel Nielsen, assignor to Hamilton Beach Manufacturing Company, for "Electric motor"
US 1911202 A, May 30, 1933, Emanuel Nielsen, assignor to Hamilton Beach Manufacturing Company, for "Fruit juice extractor"
US 1932747 A, October 31, 1933, Edward Mross, for "Food mixer support"
US 1954258 A, April 10, 1934, Emanuel Nielsen, for "Fruit juice extractor drive mechanism"
US 1970811 A, August 21, 1934, Edward Mross, assignor to Hamilton Beach Manufacturing Company, for "Portable food mixer and support"
US 1926910 A, September 12, 1933, John W. Lynch, assignor to Chicago Flexible Shaft Company, for "Household mixer"
US 1946540 A, February 13, 1934, Emanuel Nielsen, assignor to Hamilton Beach Manufacturing Company, for "Power unit"
US 1884120 A, October 25, 1932, Edward R. Mross, assignor to Hamilton Beach Manufacturing Company, for "Base for food mixer supports"
US 1733291 A, October 29, 1929, Axel Valdemab Aastrup, for "Kneading and whipping machine"
Design Patent US D83410 S, February 17, 1931, Michael W. Mcardle, for "Design for an electric food mixer"
Design Patent US US D87228 S, June 21, 1932, Michael W. Mcardle, for "Design for a bowl for a fruit juice extractor"
Design Patent US D87587 S, August 16, 1932, Michael W. Mcardle, for "Design for a combined household food mixer and juice extractor"
Accompanying accessories include beating and agitator attachments, two mixing bowls, and a juicing attachment. A matching meat grinder is also included in the set.
Location
Currently not on view
Object Name
motor, food mixer
date made
ca 1934
maker
Hamilton Beach Brands, Inc.
Physical Description
bakelite (handle material)
metal (overall material)
steel (overall material)
Measurements
overall: 6 1/2 in x 6 3/8 in x 2 7/8 in; 16.51 cm x 16.1925 cm x 7.3025 cm
overall: 12 1/2 in x 10 3/4 in; 31.75 cm x 27.305 cm
overall: 34.2 cm x 35 cm x 26 cm; 13 7/16 in x 13 3/4 in x 10 1/4 in
Place Made
United States: Wisconsin, Racine
ID Number
1988.0076.02
accession number
1988.0076
catalog number
1988.0076.02A
subject
Domestic Furnishings
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Home and Community Life: Domestic Life
Data Source
National Museum of American History, Kenneth E. Behring Center
Credit Line
Gift of Edgar Wolf, Jr.
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