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This double toaster is all chrome in the art deco style from the 1920-1930's. I found it at a barn sale and after cleaning it up a little, it makes a great photo or theatre prop or decoration for your vintage kitchen.

It measures 7 1/4" tall x 7 1/4" wide x 5" deep.

It comes with it's original electric cord that has been duck taped on the end near the plug. My husband wanted to plug it in at the sale to see if it worked and the seller said no and so did I! So I don't know if it still heats up or not. It is not really usable for toast anymore...it is pretty burnt on the inside and spotty rusty on the outside. I did get it to shine though with a little clean-up. I think it looks great on the kitchen counter on display.

It is a Universal by Landers, Frary & Clark in New Britain, Connecticut. Their slogan is "The Trade Mark Known in Every Home".

Be sure to click on the zoom feature at the bottom right corner of each picture to get a closer view.

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Vintage Toaster Universal 1920's Art Deco Flip Toaster


  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Materials: chrome, cord, plug
  • Only ships within United States.
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