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Past Sales Archive

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Special Note Concerning Prices Seen Below:
Most prices seen reflect actual sale results from this website.
Prices seen span a long time and may not reflect current values.  Some are selling for more, many now sell for less.
On other pieces you will see no price, or a price range, with or without an explanation.  The reasons for that are discussed on the FAQ page.

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Universal Model E-9410 Sweetheart Electric ToasterUniversal Model E-9410 "Sweetheart" Electric Toaster    This is pretty nice.  It shows some loss to the nickel on the high spots most notably on the top.   It works, and the doors swing nicely!!  No breaks or damage.  A proper era nice condition cord is included but not pictured.  You must remind me to include it. 

Good + . . . . . .$275.00          SOLD!!





 General Electric D-12 Toaster2nd Model Floral Decoration General Electric D-12 Toaster  This is a pretty rare and very nice looking toaster!  The General Electric D-12 was the first commercially produced toaster in America and was introduced in 1909 or so.    It has the open end high rack which makes it a second model.  The later ones had a much lower rack to make it easier to remove the toast.   There are some minor losses to the gold highlights along the border, but overall the decoration is very nice. D-12 toasters with this decoration are much less frequently seen or found than the plain white versions.   There is one tiny flake at the base of one foot and that is basically the only apology.  It works, and the top toast warming rack is original and proper.  I am not sure if the cord is original or not.  The plug has a few minor chips but operable and otherwise OK.  It would be easy to change the plug end out if desired.   A nice looking toaster and hard to find version.  

Very Good . . . . . . .$595.00          SOLD!!



Blue Willow Toastrite ToasterBlue Willow Toastrite Electric Toaster  The Blue Willow Toastrite electric toaster is one of the harder to find and rarest of all  antique electric toasters.  The Blue Willow Toastrite Toaster was made by Pan Electric of Cleveland Ohio.  These decorated china toasters date from the late 20's and production lasted just a few short years before the depression effects hit. 

This rare toaster is in great condition and has the original cord, or so says the card provided buy the collector we are selling this for.  There are no cracks chips or other damage that i can see.  It does heat up, but i would find another one to use.   A great piece, at a great price. 

 Excellent . . . . .$1495.00           SOLD!



GE D 12 Electric Toaster1st Model General Electric D-12 Toaster  This is a rare toaster!   The D12 was the first commercially produced toaster in America and was introduced in 1909 or so.  This one has one patent date on the base and another patent pending below that.  It has the high rack which makes it an earlier model, and the ends are closed which makes it a rare and seldom seen first model.  There are some stained hairlines in the bottom of the base but no real damage or cracks.  It works.  I am not sure if the cord is original or not, but it fits.   A nice toaster and hard to find version.

Very Good . . . . .$1600.00          SOLD!



Vintage Electric ToasterGeneral Electric Hotpoint "Gazelle" Toaster   Often called the Gazelle by collectors, this Edison GE toaster has the great looking 1930's design that combines the flair of Art Deco with the class of Arts and Crafts.  If you look closely at this toaster you'll see lots of subtle details that contribute to its great look.  In addition to the obvious, like the graceful gazelle image, note the stepped design of the side handles, the diamond-shaped cutout vents, and the stepped design of the little feet that lift the base ever so slightly off the table.  Functional features include an automatic timer (which seems operational---when cocked, it ticks), a manual lever to operate the tip-out feature, and a pull-out crumb tray.  This example is sure to be one of the highlights of any early electric appliance collection!

Good + . . . . .$195.00           SOLD! 


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Electric D -12 ToasterGeneral Electric D -12 Toaster   This toaster is considered to be the first commercially produced toaster offered in America.  The basic story is told on the preceding page.  This is an early model, and unlike most found has its rack, and an original cord with the porcelain connectors at the appliance end and a screw in plug on the receptacle end as when this toaster was first offered there were more light bulb sockets available than wall receptacles.  A rare and desirable toaster for the discriminating collector.

Good + . . . . .$595.00           SOLD! 



Porcelier Blue Iridescent Porcelain Electric ToasterPorcelier Blue Iridescent Porcelain Electric Toaster   The Porcelier line of toasters was certainly one of the prettiest toasters ever to grace the breakfast table.   This Blue Iridescent porcelain toaster was manufactured by the Porcelier Mfg. Co. of Greensburg, PA.  This outfit made about 6 different colors or designs of this style toaster.   It was expensive to produce in its day, and no doubt it must have had a hard time competing with all those less expensive chrome models that were available explaining why so few were made or found today.  It is one of the rarest and hard to find of all manufactured toasters and is a great looker to boot..  This example is in super condition with no chips, nicks or cracks---provided with a cord, probably not the original.

Good + . . . . . $995.00         SOLD! 


Porcelier Basket Weave Floral Porcelain Electric Toaster   Certainly one of the prettiest toasters ever to grace the breakfast table this porcelain toaster was manufactured by the Porcelier Mfg. Co. of Greensburg, PA.  The body of this toaster was designed with an intricate basket weave pattern with a scalloped edge top and with a diamond pattern border on the base, and was decorated with brightly colored floral designs and gold striping.  It features two applied handles, an On / Off switch with spring loaded pop-up, and a Light / Dark regulator, all in porcelain as well.  Obviously it was expensive to produce in its day, and no doubt it must have had a hard time competing with all those less expensive chrome models that were available, thus explaining why so few were made or found today.  It is one of the rarest and hard to find of all manufactured toasters and is a great looker to boot..  This example is in super condition with no chips, nicks or cracks---provided with a cord, probably not the original.

Good + . . . . .$1295.00           SOLD! 



General Electric D -12 ToasterGeneral Electric D -12 Toaster   With original cord / porcelain screw plug.  Missing one insulator.

Good  . . . . .$295.00          SOLD! 






Knapp Monarch 535 Electric Toaster w/ Odd Flip Switch ControlKnapp Monarch 535 Electric Toaster w/ Odd Flip Switch Control   Flip the switch once to preheat, One again for light toast, twice for medium, and 3 times for dark. Seems to work. 

Good + . . . . .$195.00          SOLD! 





Vintage ToasterToastmaster Toaster  This single slice pop-up toaster was made by McGraw Edison.   For the small family.

Very Good . . . . .$45.00         SOLD!!






VIntage Dropper ToasterUniversal Dropper Toaster    This unusual toaster is well built so it has some weight to keep it on the table. The trap door is up high and drops open when the timer tells it to.  Different

Good . . . . .$50.00         SOLD!







Manning Bowman ToasterManning Bowman Black Enamel Toaster  This a nice looking toaster and one of the few that can be found with a porcelain finish.   It is stamped Manning Bowman on  the bottom.  Both references I have seen this called the Simplex.  A rare variation?

Very Good . . . .$175.00          SOLD!






Vintage Toaster w/ Warming RackVintage Toaster w/ Warming Rack  This a nice looking toaster.  A rare variation?

Very Good . . . .$155.00          SOLD!







Universal 9410 Heart Electric ToasterUniversal 9410 "Heart" Electric Toaster   The 9410 "heart" toaster was first introduced in 1929.  This flipper style toaster has a great action to flip the bread toasting when you hit the buttons on the end of the base.  The rack on each side tips out and down, rotates 90 degrees, and then finishes revolving and lifting back up on its way back into place.  It is a marvel to watch, and it operates as it should on this example   It is in nice condition overall condition, and heats up when plugged in.  The cord shown is included, and has a switch built into the plug.  It is one of the best known and most sought after of all toasters.

 Good . . . . .$395.00         SOLD!


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This is just a sample of the many antiques & collectibles we have sold.
Click link to see other Sales Archive Pages on this Site.

We can help you sell quality Antiques Contact Us.

For further info on consigning / selling your antiques with us please see our FAQ page, the Appraisal / Selling Page and the Selling Your Collection Pages.

Our current offering of Antiques for sale are at our sister Website Patented-Antiques.com.


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