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Vintage Meat Thermometer in Original 1950s Packaging - Mid Century Kitchen - Made in Japan - 11.95

Vintage Meat Thermometer in Original 1950s Packaging - Mid Century Kitchen - Made in Japan - 11.95

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  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Material: Aluminum, Copper, Steel
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Mid Century Meat Thermometer, Made in Japan.

From the front of the package:

For Indoors: No More Guesswork. A wonderful aid to bring your roasts to just the right degree of delicious tenderness. The sturdy bi-metal mechanism gives guaranteed accuracy. The all metal construction eliminates the danger of breakage. To clean the thermometer, wipe clean with damp cloth.

For Outdoors: To Make Barbecues a Success. This handy meat thermometer tells you when the roast is done the way you like it. It is durably made of unbreakable rustproof metal. The easy-to-read aluminum dial is protected by heavy glass. The sturdy bi-metal mechanism gives guaranteed accuracy.

Rugged construction
Lasting quality
See helpful cooking charts on back

Text on the back of the package had recommended temperatures for oven roasting and directions for use, to include cleaning instructions.

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