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World War II U.S. Army 10 Cap Blasting Machine,
Type 6901- No.1

this is the machine that makes the electricity to set off the blasting caps, highly collectible these days.

made in the early 40s by the White-Rodgers Electric Co, or Saint Louis, Mo. USA

Has the leather carrying strap but is missing the handle, still has the handle retaining chain tho
This is a heavy duty piece of equipment , with a nice patina to it, a few dinks and scrapes and missing paint fromits experiences in the service,

sold As-Is,
but I did hook up a voltmeter to it and gave it a few twists with a makeshift handle, and it made a few volts, so it is probably a working machine, or easily repairable.

will be shipped via USPS Priority Insured

the gridwork in the background is half inch squares

Some items are new old stock, some are used, some are broken, some are not.

I have acquired boxes full of stuff over the years, usually because I needed one or 3 of something and there it was in a box full of other stuff at some thrift store or yard sale or store closeout.
Being the packrat I am, all the spare stuff gets tossed on the shelf, now it's time to clean out the shed.
I'll be listing more as I get around to it.

WWII US Army 10 Cap Blasting Machine White-Rodgers Elec. Co


  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Materials: brass, copper, leather, steel, white metal
  • Only ships to United States from California, United States.
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