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 Posted: Sun Nov 25th, 2018 06:55 pm
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George Durbin
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E-bay link:  https://www.ebay.com/itm/233024618929





Hi All!


This hasher will be put on Ebay tomorrow at an auction starting price... Any offers will be considered today and until I post to Ebay tomorrow...  thnx!!

For Sale is the Starrett Meat and vegetable chopper Patented 1865... This family sized meat chopper was Laroy Starretts first invention patent... This is the smallest of the four sizes sold by Starrett... The Starrett precision tool company is the same company that makes the high quality micrometers and precision tools... This chopper was designed to chop 3-5 lbs of meat for pies... Still in excellent shape and sound mechanically! These choppers are rare in this condition with paint and striping still evident... Before motors this chopper made life "easier" around the home! It still has its four wooden feet which are usually missing... The chopping blade is as sharp as new... Turning the crank you realize this is a quality smooth operating mechanical device that could still be used today!   Starting bid on ebay is $450 + shipping... If you have any questions call me... 765-438-4185
If you need something special for Christmas, this is it...


Geo...




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If Oscar comes up missing we know what happened.

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I think George is trying to sell it so his wife dosent put him to work   using it for Christmas dinner.

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A piece of US. History from the mechanical age of iron and a budding precision tool maker! Think of it, Starrett's 1st invention! 1860's... 

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I have Starrett  machinest tools that served me for a life time  and are still in good shape!!
 That was a nice find.
 

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Charlie Forster wrote: I have Starrett  machinest tools that served me for a life time  and are still in good shape!!
 That was a nice find.
 

I use Starrett squares everyday.  I have all kinds and probably use about 5-6 different kinds.  Their accuracy, quality of the metal is unmatched.  I have 2 that are antique and are very rare. One is so heavy, if you dropped it on your foot, you'd break a bone.   George, your thread here is setting an interesting precedent.  

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John Trier wrote: Charlie Forster wrote: I have Starrett  machinest tools that served me for a life time  and are still in good shape!!
 That was a nice find.
 

I use Starrett squares everyday.  I have all kinds and probably use about 5-6 different kinds.  Their accuracy, quality of the metal is unmatched.  I have 2 that are antique and are very rare. One is so heavy, if you dropped it on your foot, you'd break a bone.   George, your thread here is setting an interesting precedent.  

Precedent?

Geo...

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Forget the precedent what about poor little Oscar George?

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Rick Powell wrote: Forget the precedent what about poor little Oscar George?
He was good with red beans and rice!

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That's pretty awesome. I have a bunch of Starrett machinist tools, nice stuff.

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Rick Powell wrote: Forget the precedent what about poor little Oscar George?I agree.  Forget the precident.  Starrette talk is worth the violation.

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John Trier wrote: Rick Powell wrote: Forget the precedent what about poor little Oscar George?I agree.  Forget the precident.  Starrette talk is worth the violation.
Violation? I guess I am not in on the joke? Help me out here...

Geo...

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George Durbin wrote: John Trier wrote: Rick Powell wrote: Forget the precedent what about poor little Oscar George?I agree.  Forget the precident.  Starrette talk is worth the violation.
Violation? I guess I am not in on the joke? Help me out here...

Geo...
George ....... You are clearly in the dog house.   Rightfully so, AFCA moderators are letting this violation slide since you're one heck of a guy. 

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Hey moderators!

If this post needs to be moved 


then by all means move it!


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George
I did it by drifting off subject!
 We were still in the MFG.'S Name.

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Rick,
WENERSNICHEL is what you are looking for!!
A German dish.

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This Starrett chopper is going to 

Ebay tomorrow morning... 


Serious 


offers will be considered until 


then...

Geo...

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I wonder if they made larger models suitable for small children? :wondering:
Do you have to remove the bones first? :wondering:
Are these OSHA approved?
:P

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John McComas wrote: I wonder if they made larger models suitable for small children? :wondering:
Do you have to remove the bones first? :wondering:
Are these OSHA approved?
:P

They made 7 sizes... The largest model was for restaurants... it would chop up to 100 lbs.... Now what you chop up is up to you!  😁😂🤣

Geo...

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On ebay  it should have a picture of George Hashing up as batch of Sweet Potatoes..

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George Durbin wrote: Rick Powell wrote: Forget the precedent what about poor little Oscar George?
He was good with red beans and rice!

Please tell me you didn't!


Oh Po' Oscar!



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Dun worry bout my weiner doggy... He is here guarding my lap...

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Oscar is one awesome dog. :bow You are not worthy George. 

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Here is the e-bay listing

https://www.ebay.com/itm/233024618929

geo...

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George Durbin wrote: Here is the e-bay listing

https://www.ebay.com/itm/233024618929

geo...

Your meat hasher is, hands down, the best meat hasher I could find on eBay, George.

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Greg Mauer wrote: George Durbin wrote: Here is the e-bay listing

https://www.ebay.com/itm/233024618929

geo...

Your meat hasher is, hands down, the best meat hasher I could find on eBay, George.

Hi Greg!

So wut U R sayin... If U need yur meat hashed... This is the one to get?   :D

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George Durbin wrote: Greg Mauer wrote: George Durbin wrote: Here is the e-bay listing

https://www.ebay.com/itm/233024618929

geo...

Your meat hasher is, hands down, the best meat hasher I could find on eBay, George.

Hi Greg!

So wut U R sayin... If U need yur meat hashed... This is the one to get?   :D

Heh! Heh!  Sorry, George.  Not on mama's Christmas wish list this year.  But if it was you'd be at the top of the supplier list.




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