Patent Model - Bretzel-Machine
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William Lampert, Patentee
Henry Huber, Patentee
Butler, Earhart & Co., Assignee
Feb 10 1880
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Brass, canvas, wood, metal
8 x 12 1/2 x 5 1/2" (20.3 x 31.8 x 14cm)
Lampert and Huber assigned one-half of their right to Butler, Earhart & Co. of Columbus, OH. Their patent "relates to certain improvements in bretzel or jumble machines, the object of which is to provide for the discharging to one side of the scraps of dough resulting from the formation of the bretzel or jumble; and it consists in the arrangement or employment, within one of the bretzel or jumble die cylinders, of a cone..." (Patent number224,446)
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