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Outstanding Fluters, Sad Irons & Sad Iron Heaters Auction

Location: Ray County Veterans Building 312 Clark St., Richmond, MO
9 a.m. Saturday April 29th, 2017
400+ ART, ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES

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Simmons & Co. Auctioneers are very pleased to announce the public auction of the lifetime fluter collection of Charles Herrick, from Missouri, a longtime member of PITCA. This collection features some of the very best and the rarest of mechanical and hand fluters, combination sad irons, other irons and sad iron stove heaters that we have ever offered at auction. This auction will be a fantastic opportunity for collectors. Whether you are an advanced collector or a newbie, there is something to interest everyone. It is truly a remarkable collection, with wide diversity and excellent quality pieces. There are 450+ lots.


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_____1.            3 Trivets: Toy Ober OM Co; reg. Ober OM Co & Ober Square No.2

_____2.            Vulcan Natural Gas Iron 764, Wm Crane & Co. & Vulcan Trivet

_____3.            Dover Stamping Co. Boston, No. 8, Flat Iron

_____4.            Polisher, Enterprise Mfg. Go. Phil, PA, No. 82, cold hndl., 5290

_____5.            The Magic Plaiter, Milton Bradley Co.

_____6.            The Lightning Plaiter & Centennial/Victorian Plaiter

_____7.            BS Co. Polisher, all cast, boat shaped

_____8.            Keystone Polisher, all cast, boat shaped

_____9.            Clefton Natural Gas Iron w/Clefton Trivet, Owatonna, Minn.

_____10.         Sleeve Iron, unmrkd, detach hndl.

_____11.         Sleeve Iron, unmrkd, detach hndl.

_____12.         Sleeve Iron, Sensible No. 5, detach. hndl. (2 bases w/nickled soles),

_____13.         Eureka Flat Iron w/2 bases #1 & #2, Pat. Nov. 6, 1877

_____14.         Flat Iron, dbl. pt, detach hndl. w/3 bases: Sensible No. 90 Asbestos Lined, 92) New Sensible, No. 25, C. I Co. Pottstown, PA

_____15.         Polisher, Jos. Hernberg w/pebbled bottom, all cast, 5”

_____16.         Mahoney Polisher, Troy NY Nov. 23, 1876, pebbled bottom, all cast, 4 ¼”

_____17.         Imperial Natural Gas Iron, dbl. pt. & Humphrey Gas Iron Trivet, H2H, both General Specialty Co.

_____18.         Nice Dbl. Pt. Flat Iron (3 bases, detch. hndl). All nickel plated

_____19.         Wellsbach Co. Natural Gas Iron, Columbus 0, Pat. May 26.14

_____20.         Geneva Hand Fluter, rocker & base

_____21.         Schrieber & Goldberg Natural Gas Iron, sleeve point, 7SG

_____22.         Flat Iron, unusual solid copper closure on detach. hndl., Javeat P.LED

_____23.         Wapak Flat Iron, #5

_____24.         Wapak Flat Iron, #1, 3 ½” (toy size)

_____25.         Wapak Sleeve Iron, nickled base

_____26.         3 Ober Trivets:, (2) No. 1 (w/name), Ober, square, waffle

_____27.         English Box Iron, rear lift gate, w/slug

_____28.         Sleeve Iron, 5 on hndl., 7”

_____29.         Sleeve Iron, 5 on hndl, 6 1/8”

_____30.         Universal, No. 1, Machine Fluter, M. Greenwood & Co. Cinc. O, July ’66, Nov. ’68, Mar. ’70 patents w/slugs, caps on holes, orig. paint, some pin stripping remains

_____31.         Sleeve Iron, 6 1/8”

_____32.         Sleeve Iron, 6 7/8”

_____33.         Flat Iron, detach. Moravian-style hndl.

_____34.         Flat Iron, all cast, Ober #6, Pat. Mar. 18,’12, arched hndl.

_____35.         ‘I Want U’ Comfort Natural Gas Iron, dbl. pt. w/ Double Point ‘I Want U’ Trivet

_____36.         Flat Iron, CF (anchor)R 15, (French -Camion Freres Mfg.)

_____37.         Sleeve Iron, The Ober Mfg. Co. 801 & CH Ober, pat. May 28’95 base (no hndl)

_____38.         Geneva Hand Fluter (rocker)

_____39.         The Ober Sleeve Iron, Chagrin Falls, O, #3

_____40.         J. L. Keen Box iron w/slug, top lifts off, W. P, raised stars

_____41.         ‘I Want U’ Comfort Natural Gas Iron, Strause, Phil. PA & matching Trivet

_____42.         Flat Iron, unusual closure to hndl. (has a square nail), all cast, ‘Imp. Nov. 1865’, 2 raised 7’s on top

_____43.         Flat Iron, sloped detch. hndl. to alleviate wrist sprain, 3 bases #1,2,3

_____44.         Geneva Hand Fluter (rocker), writing worn on fluter

_____45.         Ox Tongue, Eurpoean, no slug, back lift gate, front vents

_____46.         A.J. Bellamy, Troy, NY, Polisher, very pebbled pattern

_____47.         4 Sleeve Irons (3 w/rope twist hndl.0, 1 w/chrome sole

_____48.         #2 B & D Sleeve Iron, star on toe (Bless & Drake), chrome sole

_____49.         #1 B & D Sleeve Iron, star on toe (Bless & Drake), chrome sole

_____50.         Smart & Shepherd Brockville Machine Fluter, some orig. paint & pin striping

_____51.         Mahony Mfg. Co. Troy NY Polisher, pebbled pattern, JBS * JBS * JBS stamped on rear

_____52.         #3 Sleeve Iron, w/C inside star of David (something inside hndl. rattles)

_____53.         Sleeve Iron w/Patent etc. in oval

_____54.         J*B*L ‘H’ Sleeve Iron

_____55.         Polisher, rounded bottom, N.E. Butt Co, Prov. RI #1, in oval

_____56.         Polisher, rounded bottom, uplift toe & heel, orig. gold paint, raised crescent

_____57.         J & J Siddons, West Bromwell, decorated heat shield, w/slug

_____58.         Polisher, pointed oval, raised O

_____59.         Mahony #1 Troy NY Polisher, ‘4’ peined on top,   pebbled pattern,  (C.E.S. peined on rear)

_____60.         Mahony #8 Mfg. Co. Troy NY Polisher, pebbled finish

_____61.         M. Mahony Troy NY Polisher

_____62.         Machine Fluter, unmrkd., no slugs, different kind of lift mechanism

_____63.         Penn Machine Fluter, lots of orig. paint & striping, no hndl. American Machine Co. Phila. PA

_____64.         Geneva Hand Fluter (rocker)

_____65.         Sleeve Iron,  some orig. silver paint, chrome sole, worn

_____66.         Sleeve Iron, orig. silver paint, chrome sole

_____67.         Sleeve Iron, orig. silver paint, chrome sole

_____68.         Sleeve Iron, chrome sole, worn

_____69.         The Gould’s Polisher

_____70.         Lady 8 MJM West Troy NY, (patent app’d for), Flat Iron, raised fin on rear (might be considered a polisher, even w/o textured sole.)

_____71.         Chinese Pan Iron, ivory hndl. w/colored stones

_____72.         Ideal Co. Pat/d July 4:11, Springfield O, Gasoline Iron

_____73.         Laundry Maid, dbl. pointed Gasoline Iron, Sears, Roebuck, decorated top

_____74.         Revolving Iron (like the Trent), front latch, mesh screen sides

_____75.         Bliss Dress Plaiter, in wooden slide top box

_____76.         Child’s Asbestos Sad Iron (sleeve iron), 5”, 2 pc.

_____77.         Child’s Dover Lace iron, 4 1/8”, 2 pc.

_____78.         Child’s Dover Sleeve Iron, dbl. pt, 5”, 2 pc.

_____79.         Child’s Asbestos Sad Iron (sleeve iron), 5 ¼”, 2 pc.  (Hood has bar latch, Pat. May 22, 1900

_____80.         The New Vin-Max Puff Iron, in orig. box, Model #2

_____81.         McDonald’s Rotary Hat Iron, like new, in the orig. box

_____82.         Sunbeam Electric Iron, in metal drop front box

_____83.         Geneva Hand Fluter, a piece of the opening for lifter is gone. Overall rough cond.

_____84.         Geneva Hand Fluter

_____85.         Child’s Dover Dolly Iron, dbl. pt, 2 pc. 3 5/8”

_____86.         Sleeve Iron, 6 5/8”

_____87.         2 Misc. Small Flat Irons, Geneva 2 ½ & Geneva, pointed oval Polisher, raised star

_____88.         Enterprise Flat Irons: 4 mrkd bases (1 unmrkd), 1 hndl. 1 trivet in Wooden Case

_____89.         The Diamond Jubilee Gasoline Iron, in orig. box w/some accessories

_____90.         Coleman Gasoline Iron w/accessories, pump, directions, #604, Model #4A Insta-Lite, blue enamel, like new, in orig. box

_____91.         Diamond Gasoline Iron w/pump & accessories, like new, in orig. box

_____92.         Coleman Gasoline Iron w/accessories, pumps, directions,  No. 609A Instant-Lite, black enamel, like new

_____93.         Sad Iron Heater, stove top, 10 ¾” square, Landers Pattern, Pat. Appl For

_____94.         Sad Iron Heater, stove top, 11” square, Detroit Stove Works, Jewel, 2 in crown

_____95.         Sad Iron Heater, stove top, holds 2 irons, reversed, bailed, 9”

_____96.         Sad Iron Heater, stove top, oval griddle like w/hndl., open on front, embossed 7 on bottom

_____97.         Sad Iron Heater, Charcoal, fire clay bucket (tin wrapped) w/hndl., holds 3 irons, No. 3 Champion (also used for cooking)

_____98.         Sad Iron Heater, Natural Gas, holds 4 irons, 23” x 10 ½”(14” incl. knobs), approx. 20+ lbs. (not shippable)

_____99.         Sad Iron Heater, Natural Gas, holds 2 tailor irons, 13” x 15”x 8”,  ‘I. Block NY, N2’ approx. 15 lbs. (not shippable)

_____100.     Sad Iron Heater, stove top, holds 2 irons, French, 9”, ‘Brevette SGDG Paris, M. B.’

_____101.     Sad Iron Heater, Natural Gas, single burner, No. 2 Puritan, Cleveland Foundry, Co. Cleveland, O

_____102.     Sad Iron Heater, Charcoal, bucket type, ‘MF Potter, Patented Jan. 22, 1850’, holds 6 irons w/ wire, 9” tall (iron for demo. only)

_____103.     Laundry Stove (Sad Iron Heater), w/chimney, tin, ‘Miller & Adams, No. 106, Olathe Kansas Flat Iron Heater & Summer Stove, Pat. Dec. 8th, 1874’, holds 4 irons, draw for charcoal slides out of front, 17” x 9” x 10” t (19” incl. chimney)

_____104.     Sad Iron Heater, stove top, round, 9, w/tiny feet, Pat. Apl For, M2

_____105.     Sad Iron Heater, stove top, round, 9 ¾”, ‘1 106’ incised on back

_____106.     Sad Iron Heater, stove top, round, 10 ½”, unmrkd

_____107.     Garland Sad Iron Heater, stove top, square, 8 ½”, CGR C 296J

_____108.     Sad Iron Heater, stove top, round, 8 ¾”, Pat’d June 27, 1911, 25, w/tiny feet

_____109.     Sad Iron Heater, stove top, square, 10 ¾”,  x bar on back, 1235 incised

_____110.     Sad Iron Heater, stove top, holds 2 irons, w/hndl., reversed, 9 ¼”

_____111.     Natural Gas Sad Iron Heat for Gas Jet/Slug Irons, holds 2 irons, ivory enamel, 506-1MOD 49, 11” x 3 ½” x 4” ( 8” incl. knobs)

_____112.     Pyramid Sad Iron Heater, stove top, Shepard Hardware Co., Buffalo, NY, Pat. 2.22.86, holds 3 irons, all cast

_____113.     Pyramid Sad Iron Heater, stove top, NI M, Have 4 irons in use, St. Louis, MO, Keep An Iron on each opening, Pat. Feb. 23, 1886

_____114.     Pyramid Sad Iron Heater, stove top, The AC Williams Co., Ravenna, O

_____115.     Sad Iron Heater, stove top, Ruby 3, holds 3 irons (2 & 1), 12”

_____116.     Sad Iron Heater, stove top, holds 3 irons (2 & 1), bailed, 12 ½” x 9”

_____117.     Sad Iron Heater, stove top, holds 3 irons, swing gate mechanism that closes door when iron is inserted. R.M. Merrills, Pat. Jan. 11, 1876, No. 9, oval w/bail hndls. at each end, slanted bottom, 22” x 11”

_____118.     Sad Iron Heater, Natural Gas, WM Crane & Co, NY, holds 2 tailor’s irons, 16 ½” x 11 ½” (15” w/knobs) x 7”

_____119.     Sad Iron Heater, Natural Gas, solid platform top, ‘Laundry Burner’ underneath, 15” x 8” x 5”

_____120.     Sad Iron Stove & Heater (holds 2 irons), Economist, Kerosene, Perry & Co. Albany & Chicago, Pat. May 13, 1877, 15” x 11”, ornate iron work on stove, simple iron heater w/bail. Brass tag: Licensed by KLH Co., Pat. 4.18.1876, 1.17.1865, under Fish & Billings Patents

_____121.     The Original G.E.M, Machine Fluter, some orig. paint, gold & pin striping, no slugs

_____122.     Universal Machine Fluter, M. Greenwood, Manufacturer Cin. O. Pat’d July 17 ’66, Nov. 10, ’68 & Mar.1, ‘70

_____123.     Ox Tongue Slug/Gas Jet Iron, chromed, no slug, hndl. dmg. at back & Natural Gas Heater

_____124.     Clark’s Hand Fluter (roller) Buffalo, NY, 4 pc., (has slug), arched hndl on roller (Clark’s in script on side of hndl. Ptd. ’79 on other)

_____125.     Hand Fluter (roller), no mrks. 3 pc.

_____126.     Hand Fluter (rocker), JBK

_____127.     Billiard Table Iron, Stevens & Sons London, 8” x 4”

_____128.     Billiard Table Iron, KC, 10” x 4 ¾”

_____129.     The Acme Carbon Iron, Pat. Mar. 15, 1910 (Charcoal)

_____130.     Q.K.L. Co. NY (Mahony style iron w/hndl.)

_____131.     J.B.K. (Horseshoe) Hand Fluter, (rocker), 2 pc.

_____132.     Hand Fluter (roller), American Machine Co. Phila. PA, arched hndl. (some orig. paint on base) 3 pc.

_____133.     Hand Fluter (roller) Shepherd Hardware Co. Buffalo, NY, 4 pc (w/slug), fat roller, cross hndl.

_____134.     The Ever-Ready, Pat-Pend, Charcoal Iron

_____135.     Asbestos Sad Irons in wooden box (missing 1 iron)

_____136.     Walker Sleeve Iron, Orlince Boston

_____137.     (Sweeney) Polisher, No. 4, Bair & Co. Pittsburg

_____138.     Sweeney Iron Polisher, Nov. 17, ’98 Patent Pending, Mfg. by Baird & Co, Pgh PA

_____139.     Flat Iron, all cast, ‘6 E. K & Co. Pat. July 31, ‘66’, raised on sides, ornate arched hndl. (like a Drake or the Wapak shown in Irons by Irons)

_____140.     Hood’s Patent, Soapstone Flat Iron, 6 ½” iron base

_____141.     Full Set of Enterprise Sad Irons ‘The Best’ in wooden case (mrkd)

_____142.     The Monitor, Flat Iron, dbl. pt. #5, all cast

_____143.     Polisher/Sleeve Iron, off-set hndl. 7 ¼”, chromed (worn)

_____144.     Box Iron, English, small, 4 ½” w/slug, back lift gate

_____145.     Hand Fluter (roller), back hinged, w/slug, American Machine Co. Phila PA

_____146.     Set of Enterprise Sad Irons, (missing 1 detch. hndl), in wooden case

_____147.     4 Wooden Flat Iron Foundry Molds (AC Williams?)

_____148.     2 Wooden Flat Iron  Foundry Molds (for attached hndl. type), #20 & #4 W

____148A.  2 Wooden Flat Iron Foundry Molds (Royal)

_____149.     Wama Liquid Fuel (Alcohol) Iron, DAGM, 5 ½”

_____150.     Oval Flat Iron, w/pt., J. Gleason, decorated casting w/heat shield hndl. 5” Pat. Jan. 22, 1870

_____151.     Hand Fluter (rocker) Smart & Sheherd, Brockville, Ont. 2 pc

_____152.     The Peerless Self Heating Iron Pat. Ap’d For Mf’d by The American Specialty Co, Inc, Camden, NJ

_____153.     L. S. Helm, Troy, NY Polisher, textured sole

_____154.     Hand Fluter (roller), Shepherd raised on hndl. 3 pc. (no slug)

_____155.     The Monitor Gasoline Iron, w/key

_____156.     Oval (pointed) Polisher, rope design on base

_____157.     Enterprise No. 72 Star Polisher, rounded edges

_____158.     Dragon Iron, (Charcoal) Pomeroy Peckover & Co. Cinn. O Pat. Sep. 7, 1854, turned chimney is head

_____159.      Jos. Hernberg, Troy NY No. 6 Polisher, 1 ¾” thick, sloped w/textured sole

_____160.     M. Mahony Troy NY Polisher, w/hole in front, 4 ½”l., dot pattern sole

_____161.     Geneva Hand Fluter Pat Apl’d For, different dot pattern/outline

_____162.     M. Mahoney Troy NY 5 Polisher, textured sole, 1 1/8” thick, straight, textured sole

_____163.     Polisher w/3 sets of grooves on sole, 4 ¾” (style like Mahony)

_____164.     N. R. S & Co. Groton, NY 80 Polisher, 4 ½”, dot pattern sole (style like Mahony)

_____165.     Polisher w/lg. curved groove on sole, 4 ½” (style like Mahony)

_____166.     Fluting Tongs, hand forged

_____167.     L. S. Helm, Troy, NY  7 ½ Polisher, textured sole

_____168.     Hand Fluter (roller), Shepherd raised on hndl. 2 pc.

_____169.     Combination, (Charcoal) Pat. Aug. 23, 1904 (fluter clips on side, heat shield

_____170.     3 Sets of Tongs (for fluters)

_____171.     Combination Fluter, Pat’d (like the C. Monroe), brass top & base fluting plates

_____172.     3 Sets of Tongs (for fluters)

_____173.     Combination Fluter, Pat’d Dec. 12, 1871, (Monroe),  darkened brass top & base fluting plates

_____174.     Fluting Tongs & 2 sets of Tongs (for fluters)

_____175.     M. Mahony Polisher, Troy NY Pat’d Nov. 8, 1876, tiny diamond pattern grid, 4 ½”

_____176.     W.E. Clark Maker, NY Machine Fluter

_____177.     Combination Fluter, (Charcoal), fluter attached to side & separate rocking fluter

_____178.     Sleeve Iron w/detach. hndl. Pat’d June 15, 1897, 9 ¾”

_____179.     Hatter’s Shackle, single groove cutting edge

_____180.     Box Iron w/slug, Bless & Drake Pat. Appl. For, SALAMAND R (blank spot for E), raised, black japanned tin heat shield w/pin striping, top lifts off

_____181.     Hatter’s Shackle, adjustable cutting edge, spring loaded, 4 ½”

_____182.     Hatter’s Iron (Tolliker), 2 different grooves

_____183.     Sleeve Iron G.H. Ober, Chagrin Falls, O Pat. May 28, 95, 8”, detach. hndl

_____184.     Sleeve Iron. Combination Set No. 80 Pat. May 28, 95, Belmont Hdw. Co., 7 ¾”, detach. hndl.

_____185.     Sleeve Iron, ‘C in shield’ 8 (Colebrokdate of Pottstowne, PA), 6 7/8”

_____186.     Sleeve Iron, ‘C in shield’ 12 (Colebrokdate of Pottstowne, PA), 7 ¾”

_____187.     Electric Iron w/curling iron, Universal, Landers Frary & Clark, 5 ¾”, detach. hndl.

_____188.     Wooden Box, slide top for No 70 Asbestos Sad Irons, The Dover Mfg Co. Canal Dover O. 10” x 7 ¼”, finger joint constr.

_____189.     Polisher, RoSenbaum Mfg. Co., detach. hndl. round bottom

_____190.     Polisher, Kenrick 5, round bottom

_____191.     Polisher, 1, medallion/ banner around pole

_____192.     Champion Machine Fluter, orig. pain w/gold pin striping

_____193.     Hatter’s Iron (Tolliker), 2 different grooves

_____194.     Hatter’s Iron (Tolliker), 2 different grooves

_____195.     Hatter’s Iron (Tolliker), 2 different grooves

_____196.     French Iron, raised star No. 4, pointed oval

_____197.     Polisher M.A.B. Cook 1 Pat’d Dec. 5, 1848, boat shaped

_____198.     Geneva Hand Fluter, no dots, has line, 2 pc

_____199.     Dbl. Point Flat Iron, Pat. W.H. B. on detach, hndl./ Patented No 3 (w/pointing finger) on base

_____200.     Sensible No. 4, NRS & Co., 5”, dbl pt. Iron w/detach. hndl & extra base plus Sensible (cutout) Trivet

_____201.     Hand Fluter (roller), 3 pc. , chromed

_____202.     Box Iron, N.R. Streeter Magic Fluter & Polisher, 6 ¾”

_____203.     Sleeve Iron, Sensible No. 1, 2 bases w/detach. hndl

_____204.     Mrs. Streeter’s No. 2 Gem Polisher, steeply angled front, 5” overall, detach. hndl, has Pat. Sept. 6’67

_____205.     Sensible No. 2, NRS & Co. Set (dbl. pt. bases, #5, 6,7 w/detach. hndl.)

_____206.     3 pc. Iron Set (Sleeve Iron & Dbl. Pt), Patent Sad Iron, detach. hood/hndl., thumb release lever

_____207.     Sleeve Iron, HUB, 6 ¾”

_____208.     Sleeve Iron, HUB, 5 5/8”

_____209.     Hand Fluter (roller), lg., 3 pc., roller hndl is 8” l.

_____210.     PW Weida’s Pat, No. 2, cold hndl., Mar. 12, 1870, Phila. PA (recessed clip lock)

_____211.     PW Weida’s Pat, No. 1, cold hndl., Mar. 12, 1870, Phila. PA (front latch)

_____212.     Machine Fluter, Mrs. Susan R Knox Patented Nov. 20, 1866, some orig. paint, blue pin striping in wooden box ‘The Celebrated Knox Improved Fluting Machine 15’

_____213.     Shephard Hand Fluter (roller) No. 98, Pat. 1880 on crosswise hndl. in orig. cardboard box, nickel roller & plates, 3 pc., no slug, 6” l.

_____214.     Lion of Japan Machine Fluter, orig. green & red paint. Lg. fluter, attaches to edge of bench & lg. 11” dia. wheel hangs over. Lg. twist hndl. to adjust pressure

_____215.     Hand Fluter, (roller) 2 pc., Pat. 1880 on crosswise hndl. Base has Patented Dec. 17, 1878, w/lifter (solid base)

_____216.     Shephard Hand Fluter (roller), Pat. 1880on crosswise hndl., 7”, 3 pc. w/slug.

_____217.     H. Sauerbier & Sons, Manuftr’s Newark. NY Mrs. Susan R Knox Patented Nov. 20 1866

_____218.     Shephard Hand Fluter (roller), 4 pc (w/slug), fat roller, crosswise hndl., 7 ½”

_____219.     Shirt/Waist, Asbestos Sad Iron, The Dover Mfg. 2 bases & hood (Pat. May 22, 1900), iron stand & orig. wooden box & orig. pamphlet

_____220.     Machine Fluter, ‘T.C. Clark & Co. Warranted Crimping Machine’ (on brass plate) green paint, brass rollers ( on wooden board)

_____221.     Machine Fluter, C.S. Osborn & Co. Newark, NJ (very fat rollers)

_____222.     Crown Machine Fluter. Base is 6” x 7 ½”. This is the most nearly mint machine fluter we’ve seen. It is clean, bright, all orig. paint, pin striping & very good crown decal, 4 ½” rollers. Orig. wooden box, w/tongs & slugs. Crown No. 15 from North Bros. Mg. Co. Phila PA

_____223.     Hand Fluter, (roller) 3 pc., Pat. 1880 on crosswise hndl. Base has Patented Dec. 17, 1878, w/lifter (solid base), ornate separate base (has pc. missing from hndl.)

_____224.     Hand Fluter (roller) Shepard on hndl., 7 ¾” base is hinged, w/slug

_____225.     Combination Iron: The Best, Pat. Ap’d For, CE Whitfield Dayton O. Detach. hndl on flute base plate makes a smoothing iron & a fluter w/the rocker top The Best.

_____226.     Hand Fluter (roller), 3 pc.

_____227.     Hand Fluter (roller), 4 pc.(w/slug), Clarks Hand Fluter Buffalo NY Patented Feb. 11, 1870

_____228.     Machine Fluter, H.B. Adams Patent, April & Dec. 1860, orig. brown paint, gold pin striping, 7” roller

_____229.     Hand Fluter (roller), 3 pc. Shepard Hardware Co. Buffalo, NY, stand has little legs, fat roller, crosswise hndl.

_____230.     Machine Fluter, C.S. Osborn & Co. 4 ½” fat rollers, twist wheel pressure type, brass plate over  slug ports

_____231.     Matchless Pleating Machine, tin w/paper label

_____232.     Goffering Iron, F & T Clark, 4” dia. base, 4 1/8” barrel

_____233.     Simplicity Plaiter, tin, in orig. box

_____234.     The Improved Victoria Pleater w/orig. instr. & box

_____235.     The Enterprise Mfg. Co. of PA Sad Iron Set ‘The Best’ 3 bases & hndl. in wooden box, 12” x 7 ¾”

_____236.     Hand Fluter (roller), Novelty Mfg. Co. Rochester, NY, Pat’d Nov. 16, 1869, Re issued July 17, 1870, 3 pc.  (stand has pc. missing from hndl)

_____237.     Hand Fluter (roller) Shepard Hdwe, Buffalo, NY, 4 pc. (w/slug), fat roller w/crosswise hndl. mrkd Shepard, has lifter

_____238.     The Knox Imperial Machine Fluter, orig. paint & decals (worn), incl. bouquet, 1877

_____239.     Tailor’s Iron, Sensible N R S & Co. Pat. Sept. 6, 87, detach hndl.  16 lb.

_____240.     Knox A-1 Standard AM Fluting Machine, Rudolph Felder Machinist, NY w/lady’s picture, orig. paint,  elaborate stencil & pin striping

_____241.     The Climax, Adams Sauerbier, HB Adams Patent, orig. paint, stenciling & pin striping w/ attachment (wingnut repair on back)

_____242.     Johnson’s Hand Fluter (roller) 4 pcs. Patent June 6, ‘77

_____243.     Fluting Press, French, like a lemon press, cast iron w/blue & white porcelain finish

_____244.     Egg Iron, 2 ½” l., 10 ½” hndl.

_____245.     ‘Magic’ Hand Fluter (rocker) CW Whitfield, Watkins, NY, Pat. App. For., 2 pc.

_____246.     Leaf Iron, 2 pc. brass mold for making velvet hat access. 3 1/8” mold w/ 7” hndl.

_____247.     Flat Iron Cleaner & Waxing Pad, The Eureka

_____248.     Hand Fluter (rocker), 2 pc. Good Luck w/horseshoe, LL Brill, Manfs Pat. Ap’d For 1881 D.C. Place,  arched base

_____249.     Hand Fluter (rocker), 2 pc. unmrkd. CW Whitfield, chrome base

_____250.     Hand Fluter (rocker), 2pc. The Star

_____251.     Hand Fluter (rocker) 2 pc. ‘Ponton’  _UFF_l_, N_, A_ E, base has rasied SB, slightly arched base on legs, rocker is convex

_____252.     Hand Fluter (rocker), 2 pc., top has Potts style detach. hndl. fluting plates are chromed

_____253.     Hand Fluter (rocker), Magic Pat. App*For (base has wire loop)

_____254.     Wax Cleaner for Sad Irons, sits on nice little cast iron table stand

_____255.     The Ideal ‘Sad Iron Rest, Polisher & Waxing Board

_____256.     Egg Iron, lg. ½ egg head, 5 5/8” dia., 15” l. hndl.,  all cast w/clamp-on stand

_____257.     Berrien’s Mechanical Plaiter, No. 2

_____258.     Young’s Improved Plaiter

_____259.     Ogden’s Fluter, Pat. Ap’ld For, Hand Fluter (roller), 2 pc. (w/slug), orig. paint & gold stenciling, brass roller holds slug, base is brass covered 12” board

_____260.     The Best Hand Fluter (rocker)

_____261.     The (star) Hand Fluter (rocker), traces of orig. red paint

_____262.     The Star Hand Fluter, top is straight (rocks slightly), arched base, Pat. Apl. For

_____263.     Union Machine Fluter, American Machine Co., orig. paint & pin striping,

_____264.     The Best Hand Fluter (rocker) GW Whitfield, Syracuse NY Pat App’d For

_____265.     The Best Hand Fluter (rocker) GW Whitfield, Syracuse NY Pat App’d For (chromed)

_____266.     The Globe Hand Fluter (rocker), R. Young Geneva Ohio Patd May 29, 1888

_____267.     Eagle (raised) Machine Fluter, 3 ¼” rolls, orig. paint, gold pin striping, ornate decal, Pat. Nov. 2, 1875 American Machine Co.  This is the little one & it’s in excellent cond.

_____268.     Eagle (gold stencil) Machine Fluter, 5 1/8” rolls, orig. paint, gold pin striping, floral decal

_____269.     American Machine Fluter, 5 ¾” rolls, Patent Applied For, orig. paint, gold pin striping, ornate decal

_____270.     American Machine Fluter ,4 ¾” rolls, fine flutes, multiple patents, orig. paint, gold pin striping, ornate decal

_____271.     Princess Machine Fluter, clamp-on, thick const., 5 ¼ ” rolls.  Lower roll is smaller & cannot be heated w/slug

_____272.     Simplex Trivet on slate base

_____273.     Crown Machine Fluter, original paint, decals & ornate gold stenciling 6” rolls, w/slugs, crown decal, Pat. Nov. 2, 1871

_____274.     Machine Fluter, clamp-on (like Adams), 4 ½” rolls, w/slugs, massive const. w/wooden tool, orig. green paint

_____275.     Machine Fluter, clamp-on, Companion, 5” rolls, orig. paint & gold stenciling

_____276.     Machine Fluter, clamp-on, chunky 4 ½” rolls, orig. paint & a touches of pin striping

_____277.     Machine Fluter, clamp-on, 6” rolls, Mrs. Cole’s Pat. March 12, 1866, orig. red paint w/ gold stencil

_____278.     Machine Fluter, clamp-on, all brass, chunky 4 5/8”rolls, massive const.

_____279.     Hand Fluter (rocker), The Best, base: H Foote Mfg. Syracuse NY

_____280.     Hand Fluter (roller), American Machine, hinged base w/slug, orig. paint & gold pin striping, 7” x 4”

_____281.     Hand Fluter (roller) North Bros. orig. paint & pin striping, 5 5/8” x 3 5/8”

_____282.     Hand Fluter (roller), American Machine, hinged base w/slug, orig. paint & gold pin striping, 5 5/8” x 3 ¾”

_____283.     Hand Fluter (roller) North Bros, hinged base w/slug, orig. paint & gold pin striping,7” x 3 7/8”

_____284.     Hand Fluter (rocker), unmrkd.

_____285.     Hand Fluter (rocker), The Globe, R. Young Geneva Ohio, Patd, chromed

_____286.     Hand Fluter (rocker), The Best, unmrkd base

_____287.     Hand Fluter (roller), unmrkd.

_____288.     Hand Fluter (rocker), very chucky, heavy cast, base: Heat This Pat’d 1866

_____289.     Combination Fluter (Charcoal), The Challenge Base Burner, Patented Nov. 2, 01 , fluter attached to side w/separate rocker

_____290.     Revolving Iron/combination fluter, Gasoline, Pat. Oct. 3, 1882, brass front latch

_____291.     The Globe Hand Fluter (rocker), R. Young & Gordon, Geneva, Ohio, Pat. Apl’d For

_____292.     The Gem Hand Fluter (rocker)

_____293.     Machine Fluter, unmrkd. unusual slide tension adjs.

_____294.     Machine Fluter, unmrkd. front screw adjs. tension by band in base, unusual

_____295.     The Original Knox Machine Fluter w/picture of Mrs. Knox in oval, 6 ¼” x 4 ¼” base, 4 1/8” rolls, w/clamp, excellent cond., orig. paint, gold pin striping, great patina

_____296.     Crown Machine Fluter Pat. Nov. 2, 1872, 6” rolls, fine flutes

_____297.     Machine Fluter, single pedestal containing tension spring, very industrial & unusual, has brass wingnuts, 4 ½” rolls

_____298.     Knox Improved Mrs. Susan B Knox Machine Fluter, Lowerre & Tucker 99, orig. paint, gold stenciling, pin striping, exc. finish

_____299.     Fluting Tongs, 4 pr.

_____300.     Hand Fluter (roller), 4 pc. (w/slug), unmrkd

_____300A. Hand Fluter (roller), 5 pc. (2 slugs), patented base has legs

_____301.     Improved Eclipse XX Machine Fluter, Pat. Nov. 2, 1875, July 3, 1877, Reissued Mar. 23, 1880, American Machine Co. Wonderful orig. paint, stenciling & deal, 6” rolls w/slugs

_____302.     XX Eclipse XX Machine Fluter Pat. Nov. 2, 1875, July 3, 1877, Reissued Mar. 23, 1880, American Machine Co. 6” rolls, great orig. paint, stenciling , has decal

_____303.     Colby Machine Fluter Mfg. by American Machine Co. Pat. Nov. 2, 1875, July 3, 1877, Reissued Mar. 23, 1880, some orig. paint, stenciling, 6” rolls,

_____304.     Crown Machine Fluter by American Machine Co. Pat. Nov. 2, 1875, July 3, 1877, Reissued Mar. 23, 1880, wonderful cond. Orig. paint, stenciling  w/crown decal,6” rolls

_____305.     Erie Machine Fluterby American Machine Co. Pat. Nov. 2, 1875, July 3, 1877, Reissued Mar. 23, 1880, fine flutes, 6” rolls, some orig. paint, stenciling, decal

_____306.     The Original Knox Machine Fluter by American Machine Co., Pat. July 3, 1877 Reissue April 26, 1878, 6” rolls, orig. pain, stenciling & picture in oval of Mrs. Knox

_____307.      Peerless Machine Fluter, lever at front for pressure release, 4” roll, some orig. paint, stenciled name

_____308.     Crown Machine Fluter by American Machine Co. Pat. Nov. 2, 1875, July 3, 1877, Reissued Mar. 23, 1880, 6” rolls, orig. paint, stenciling, crown decal w/orig. wooden box, lg. crown stencil

_____309.     Mrs. Susan B Knox Machine Fluter, Pat. Nov. 20, 1866, orig. black paint w/ good stenciling, 4” rolls, base is 6 ½” x 6 ½”

_____310.     Crown Machine Fluter, 6” rolls, by American Machine Co. Philadelphia PA (raised on top) Patent Applied For (gold stencil), orig. pain, crown decal, pin striping

_____311.     Star (w/raised star), Pat. Oct. 19, 1875, American Machine Co.6” rolls, orig. paint, pin striping

_____312.     Penn Machine Fluter, 5” rolls, Pat. Nov. 2, 1875, July 3, 1877, Reissued Mar. 23, 1880,orig. paint, pin striping, decal

_____313.     Combination Fluter/Smoothing Iron “Home Glossing & Fluting Iron” Patent, Pittsburgh P4, (fluting attachment Pat.’d March 4), by John Hewitt, clip on fluter, w/wood fluting board

_____314.     The Charmer, Hand Fluter (rocker), 2 pc., bottom reads: Heat This 1879

_____315.     H. Saurerbier & Son Manuftrs,  Machine Fluter, Mrs. Susan R Knox, Patented Nov. 20, 1866, Newark NJ, orig. black paint w/gold stenciling

_____316.     Welcome (raised) Machine Fluter, Mfg. by American Machine Co. Philadelphia, PA, Pat. Nov. 2, 1875, reissued Marc. 23, 1880, orig. paint w/red & gold pin striping, decal

_____317.     Combination Fluter/Sad Iron, Pat’d Aug. 2, 70 (Myron Knapp), 6 7/8”, front closure

_____318.     Indicator Hand Fluter (roller), w/2 bases: 1) Pat. June 4, 1878, Ilion, NY 2) Man’fd by Pat. Sad Iron Co. Ilion, NY

_____319.     Royal Machine Fluter, Pat. March 14, 1876, orig. paint, decals, red pin stiping

_____320.     Combination Fluter/Polisher, wire clip closure, all chrome

_____321.     Combination Fluter/Sad Iron, Pat’d Aug. 2, 70 (Myron Knapp), 5 7/8”, front closure

_____322.     Little Giant Combination Fluter/Sad Iron, 5 flutes on upturned back

_____323.     Combination Fluter/Sad Iron, Pat’d Aug. 2, 70 (Myron Knapp),  brass fluting plates, 5 5/8”, center closure

_____324.     Star (star), both raised, Machine Fluter, Pat. Oct. 19, 1875, orig. paint, yellow gold & red pin striping, American Machine Co. Philadelphia, PA

_____325.     Royal 80 Machine Fluter, Pat. Mar. 14, 78, Perin & Gaff Mfg. Co. Cin. O, orig. paint, flor & other decals, gold trim w/ red pin striping, w/orig. wooden box, orig. slugs & attachment

_____326.     Royal 77 Machine Fluter, Pat. Mar. 14, 78, Perin & Gaff Mfg. Co. Cin. O

_____327.     The Celebrated Improved Knox  Machine Fluter, H. Sauerbier & Sons, No. 15, orig. paint & pin striping w/orig. box

_____328.      J. Lincens & Fils Machine Fluter, natural gas, Constructeurs Tournai (Belgique) on brass tag, has wooden base

____328A     Dudley Machine Fluter, Pat’d Nov. 14, 1765, orig. paint, red pin striping & floral decals

_____329.     Stumpf Hand Fluter (roller), 3 pc. St. Joe Mo, Pat April 30, 1878 (on base)

____329A    Hand Fluter (roller) crosswise T hndl. , chromed, scalloped 2 pc. base w/slug

_____330.     The Erie Fluter (rocker) by Griswold Mfg. Co., Phila. PA w/crossed leaves deco.

____330A    Elgin Fluter (rocker) Pat Appld For, rocker has brass fluting plate, base has riveted brass flutes onto ornate base, fluted heater slides out of back

_____331.     Hand Fluter (roller) w/lg. thick fluter, 3 pc., crosswise, T hndl.

____331A     Henry A Doty Hand Fluter, w/2 fluted heaters w/slide out of back, Janesville, Wis. Pat’d June 18, 1872, lg. thick brass flutes, brass fluter cover on base

_____332.     Sundry Mfg. Co. Hand Fluter (roller) Buffalo NY Pat. App For, 3 pc. w/slug (high arched hndl)

____332A    CS Osborne & Co. Machine Fluter, patents on heater caps, lever type pressure, Pat. July 66, Nov. 68

_____333.      Hand Fluter (roller), lg. thick fluter crosswise roller, hndl., 3 pc. w/slug

____333A    Goffer Iron, 5” barrel, 6” tall

_____334.     The Erie Fluter, (rocker), detach. hndl., Griswold Mfg. Co., w/crossed leaves, pn 297

____334A    Goffer Iron, 4 ¾” barrel, 3 leg stand

_____335.     Dudley Machine Fluter Pat. Nov. 14, 1876, screw twist type pressure

____335A Goffer Iron, solid brass, beautiful crafted, stubby brass slug rod

_____336.     Hand Fluter, (roller), 7 ½” l.x 4 ½” w, oversized, fancy casting on hndl.

____336A Goffer Iron, Kenrick, very small, 2 ¾” barrel, 2 3/8” dia. base

_____337.     Hand Fluter, (roller), has high arched hndl, 3 pc. heater: Pat. Apd For, base is trivet

____337A. Elgin Fluter (roller) Pat’d June 18, 1872, roller has brass fluting plate, base has riveted brass flutes onto ornate base, fluted heater slides out of back

_____338.     Hand Fluter (roller), Man’fd by Pat. Sad Iron Co. Ilion, NY (This is the Indicator Fluter)

_____339.     Machine Fluter, English, very fine flutes, 4 ½” rolls, arched, window like cast iron base supports, brass screw type pressure, celluloid hndl. on brass arm, mounted on wooden board

_____340.     Imperial Fluter (Machine), Manfuf.d & Warranted by T.F. M.C. Pat. Applied For, some orig. paint & pin striping, top lever & brass screw pressure adj., 6 1/8” rolls

_____341.     Hand Fluter (roller), T hndl. 3 pc. (no slug), base: Pat. Appl For

_____342.     Swan Iron, 4 7/8”, all cast

_____343.     Machine Fluter, English, orig. green paint, brass rolls, 3 ½” fine flutes, brass arm & fittings

_____344.     Hand Fluter (rocker), brass top & base plates, 5 3/8” l. case base w/legs, raised heater holder, curved rocker. Brass has Pat. Appl. For. , small pc. of cast iron missing

_____345.     Crown Plaiter, North Bros. Mfg. Co. Philada

_____346.     Hand Fluter (rocker), 3 pc. w/slug, The Sensible Fluter

_____347.     Combination Fluter/Sad Iron, Keystone logo 5, ‘Pat. Sep. 4, 88’ on hndl., ‘Patented’ on clamp of fluter plate, 3 1/2” 2 ½” which clamps on at rear w/key, very unique attachment, has metal covered fluting board. 

_____348.     Hand Fluter (roller), T hndl. crosswise roller (pot metal) w/3 fluted heaters (1 is brass covered w/patented on brass plates, & mfg. name on top fluter plate., illegible, C. Johnsons)

_____349.     Hand Fluter (roller) chunky roller, T hndl, 3 pc. w/slug, chromed

_____350.     The Gem Machine Fluter, tripod legs, center standard, swing cover over heater, 5” rollers w/slugs, (by Manville). All orig. paint, stencils, excellent cond. Super Rare Piece. 

_____351.     The Knox Imperial Machine Fluter, 1878 (raised) w/fruit decal in oval, orig. paint, gold stenciling w/tongs

_____352.     Combination Revolving Fluter/Sad Iron, all chrome, stamped Mann’s Pat. on rear, flutes cast into body

_____353.     Manville’s Patent Feb. 23, 1869 Machine Fluter, orig. black paint, w/gold pin striping, white & green accents, pyramid shape

_____354.     Combination Revolving Fluter/Sad Iron, all chrome (John Hewitt style hndl), 2 sets of rollers w/6 grooves, patent on rear & on body

_____355.     Hand Fluter (roller), T hndl. crosswise roller (pot metal) w/2 fluted heaters (w/Johnsons w/patent date on hndl., C J_ _ _sons Pat. on top fluter plate. 3 pcs. w/fluted heater, base has legs.

_____356.     Small Wooden Roller Fluter w/wooden block fluter base. Roller is 6 ½” long, base is 3 5/8” x 3 5/8”, probably Dutch

_____357.     Fluter Press, wooden, hinged at back, 5 ½” x 3 ¾”

_____358.     Geneva Hand Fluter Improved, brass covered top & base plate, hinged base (at side) w/ ‘Heater’, Pat,d Augus 21, 1866

_____359.     Hand Fluter (roller), Norton’s Imp’d Fluter (mrkd stand) Norton’s on base, brass covered fluter plate, (pot metal) crosswise roller 3 pcs w/heater

_____360.     Hand Fluter (rocker), unusual concave/convex shape.

_____361.     Hand Fluter (rocker), Geneva Hand Fluter, brass covered base plate ‘Heat This-Pat’d 1866’

_____362.     Howell Wave Fluter, (rocker), Geneva, Ill on hndl., brass covered top & base plates, ‘Pat’d Aug’ 21 1866 Heat This’ on base

_____363.     Hand Fluter (rocker), Good Luck w/horseshoe, arched base, DC Place & LL Brill, Patent Applied For, overall roughness in casting both pieces.

_____364.     Combination Iron, brass fluter plate riveted on odd top, brass plate on board

_____365.     The Gem, Pat. Applied For, all cast iron fluter, 2 pc. 9 ¾” x 4” base, fluter: 5 ½” x 3”, slanted front.

_____366.     Hand Fluter (roller), 2 variations of Pat’d April 23, 1878. 1) crosswise roller, straight hndl., larger flutes 2) curved hndl. straight roller. Both hndls. work as lifters

_____367.     Combination Revolving Box Iron, heated w/slug, lever on rear to unlatch, Pat. 1876 (raised on fluter side), all chrome, wood hndl.

_____368.     Combination Fluter/Sad Iron, Streeter’s Sensible 7, Pat’d Sep. 19, 76, 5 pc. set, NRS Groton NY, base flute plate lifts out, rocker plate clips onto hndl. (Apt. April 23, 1878)

_____369.     Hand Fluter (roller), 2 pc. w/heater & lifter, thick roller, chromed, crosswise T hndl, mrkd 1880, hinged at back base, Shepard Hardware Co. Pat’d Nov. 12, Dec 7, 1878, rvd Jan18, 1880 Buffalo NY

_____370.     Little Hand Held Fluter, scissors style w/wing nut, 1 ¼” rolls, chromed

_____371.     Miniature Rocker Fluter, 1 7/8”, all cast, great patina, 2 pc.

_____372.     Toy Geneva Fluter Pat’d 1866, 3 ½”

_____373.     Diamond Machine Fluter, orig. red paint, black pin striping, W. Creamer and Son, New York, 5” rolls

_____374.     Champion Machine Fluter, orig. black paint, lots of gold stenciling, red pin striping, Manf’d by Empire City Machine Co. Pat. Apd For, Satisfaction Guaranteed 

_____375.     H. Sauerbrier & Sons Manufacturers, Newark NJ, Mrs. Susan R Knox, orig. blue & black, w/gold stenciling, w/slugs

_____376.     Champion Machine Fluter, orig. black paint, lots of gold stenciling, red pin striping, Keller & Olmesdahl, MF’S, Pat. June 5, 1877

_____377.     Combination Box Iron, Pat. Appl. For (like the LF Deans), top lifts off, front latch, w/slug & trivet, fluter plate w/separate brass roller

_____378.     Combination Revolving Iron, J Hewitt, Pat’d Mar. 25, 1875

_____379.     Tin Plaiter, 2 pc.

_____380.     Hand Fluter (roller), flat tin hndl., base: Pat’d Oct. 3, 1876

_____381.     Hand Fluter (roller), ‘Pat. Appl. For 1’ incised on base, 3 pc. w/slug, offset ½ twist hndl.

_____382.     Hand Fluter (roller) American Machine Co. Phil. PA, hinged at back base, orig. paint, gold & red pin striping, thick T-hndl. roller, 2 pc. w/slug

_____383.     Hand Fluter (roller), ‘Pat. Appl. For’ incised on base, 3 pc. w/slug, offset ½ twist hndl.

_____384.     Hand Fluter (rocker), The Lady’s Friend 1875 (all raised), 2 pc.

_____385.     The Banner Machine Fluter Maxant B & S Co. Chicago, belt driven or hand crank, 7 5/8” rolls

_____386.     Hand Fluter, unmarked, very heavy construction , 6” x 4 ¼”

_____387.     Combination Fluter/Polisher  ‘Glossing & Fluting Iron Patent’, w/ 2 detachable fluter plate  & separate flute base

_____388.     Combination, Magic No. 1, front lever w/slug

_____389.     Combination Fluter/Sad Iron, F Myers 6 Pat. March 1871, brass fluting plates, sliding plate lock

_____390.     Fluter Press, French, Le Rapid VB *1* BSCDG, solid cast, rolled grip flat metal attached hndl.

_____391.     Majestic Combination Revolving Fluter/Sad Iron. Pat by Horace P Carver, Racine, Wisc. , four position handle for fluting, polishing, smoothing, w/slug & fluter base

_____392.     Hand Fluter (rocker), brass top & base plates, 5 3/8” l. case base w/legs, raised heater holder, curved rocker. Brass has ‘Pat. Appl. For’ w/extra heater

_____393.     Combination Fluter/Sad Iron: NR Streeter’s Magic Fluter & Polisher, Pat. Sept. 18, 1876 w/slug, trivet base holds fluter base & heater. Has separate hand held roller fluter, comes w/extra heater.

_____394.     Crown Machine Fluter, North Bros. Mfg. Co. Phila. PA USA, Made in USA, electric belt driven or hand crank, orig. green paint w/gold pin striping, crown decal

_____395.     Combination Fluter/Sad Iron: NR Streeter’s Magic Fluter & Polisher, Pat. Sept. 18, 1876 w/slug. Base hinged to hold slug.  Handle clamps to base to use as polisher. Has separate hand held double hndl. roller fluter (quite rare to get the entire set together)

_____396.     Hyatt’s Patent 1870 Combination Fluter/Sad Iron (Charles Hyatt, Buffalo NY, Pat. of Aug. 9, 1870. (Takes a rocker fluter attachment). Iron lays on side to use fluter.

_____397.     Mrs. Cole’s Unriveld  Fluting Machine (Henrietta Cole June 12, 1866 New York City patent), orig. red paint w/gold stenciling. Counter weight for pressure

_____398.     Machine Fluter, Perin & Gaff Mf’G Co. Cin. O, Mrs. Susan R Knox Patented Nov. 20,’66, some orig. paint, decals are very worn

____398A   Machine Fluter, Perin & Gaff Mf’G Co. Cin. O, Mrs. Susan R Knox Patented Nov. 20,’66, orig. paint, floral decals intact, finish is not glossy

_____399.     Machine Fluter, decal reads: The James Smart Mfg. Co. Limited, Brockville, Canada. Orig. paint, gold pin striping

_____400.     Machine Fluter, Crown Jewel, Manufactured By Lowerre & Tucker, Newark NY, Nov. 23, 1869, orig. gold stenciling, screw cap reads 3416

_____401.     Machine Fluter, Mrs. Susan B Knox, Patented Nov. 20, 1866, mfg. by CS Osborne & Co, Newark NJ, orig. paint, some gold & pin striping

_____402.     Machine Fluter, C Vigneron, Little Fairy, NJ, all chromed, electric, has cross in oval.

_____403.     Machine Fluter, Mrs. Susan B Knox Patent Nov. 20, 1866, Every Lady Should Have One, (on base) stenciled lettering, oval in center for picture, black w/gold pin striping, shows wear

_____404.     Machine Fluter, green w/gold striping & gold 8 point star in center, 7 ¼ ” x 7 ¼” base, on little ball feet, 5 5/8” rolls

_____405.     Machine Fluter, English, 9 ½” tall, green iron frame mounted on thick board, large chunky all brass 4 ¼” fluter rolls, brass hndl. pressure plate & screw, round brass tag on end:  GW Ingram, Birmingham

_____406.     Machine Fluter, Thomas Levitt & Co., Boston Mass, SG Cabell’s Ills Patent July 17, 1866 (brass name plate covers over heaters), w/slugs, chunky, 4 3/8” rolls, screw pressure wheel, iron frame

_____407.     Machine Fluter, unusual curved tray w/fruit decal, name stenciled in ‘Old English’letters, has orig. paint w/red pin striping, 5 7/8” rolls, fairly chunky. 6 ½” x 8 ½” rounded edge base, 6” tall. Rolls are side by side.

_____408.      Machine Fluter, Crown, Pat. Nov. 2, 1875, July 3, 1877, reissued Mar. 23, 1890, North Bros. Philadelphia, PA, fine flutes, all orig. paint, gold pin striping & decoration.

_____409.     Machine Fluter, mfg. by Bennett Johnson & Co. New York (brass oval tag), counterweight for pressure, some orig. red paint w/gold stenciling, about 1870, 4 ½” chunky rolls & extra counterweight.

_____410.     Machine Fluter,  “American”, unusual, small, 7” tall,  7 ¼” dia. hexagon base w/orig. pain, red pin striping & gold stenciling

_____411.     Machine Fluter, Magic Fluter, GA Walton, Toronto (raised letters), orig. paint, gold stenciling

_____412.     Machine Fluter, Mrs. Susan R Knox, (name under oval in center where picture should be), Every Lady Should Have One (gold stenciled on top of fluter frame), orig. paint w/gold pin striping.

_____413.     Machine Fluter, Susan R Knox XX.99. Mfg. Under ‘list of 5 patents from 1870 to 1871’ Mfg. by Lowrerre & Tucker, Newark NJ. XX The Best in the World, orig. paint, w/gold stenciled lettering & trim, red pin striping

_____414.     Machine Fluter, Universal No. 2, M Greenwood, Cincinnati, O. Has 2 decals of Victorian ladies, some orig. paint w/ most of the orig. floral decals remaining. Cap slug covers, 5 ¾” rolls.

_____415.     Machine Fluter (Eureka, Patented Feb. 7th 1871, July 25th 1871).  Some orig. paint. 4 ¾” brass rolls & tension screws. 8” dia. hexagon base.

_____416.     Machine Fluter , 4 ½” brass rolls, 7 ½” sq. base, some floral decal & pin striping remains. 1871 patent.

_____417.     Combination Charcoal Iron/Fluter, detach. hndl. fluter & clip on fluter on side, H. S. Pease, Cincinnati, O

_____418.     Combination Charcoal Iron/Fluter, detach. hndl. fluter (has patent) & clip on fluter on side, #2

_____419.     Machine Fluter, Eagle, Pat. Nov. 2, 1876, 7 ½” x 4 ¾” base, 5 ¼” brass rolls, lovely small fluter w/all orig. paint, pin striping & decal. American Machine Co. w/orig. instr. sheet & wood box.

_____420.     Stove Top Sad Iron Heater, No. 9, JS Brooks Patent, John A Goewey, Albany, Jan. 28, 1862, holds 3 irons, flip up covers. 24 ¾” x 10 ½” by 2 ½” deep. Bottom is cracked.

_____421.     Stove Top (or Counter top) Sad Iron Heater, Superior Patented. Flips up in back, charcoal or heated slug could be placed inside. 10 ¼”  x 7”

_____422.     Classic Sad Iron Heater, round, The Griswold Mfg. Co. Erie, PA, pn 1318

_____423.     Square Sad Iron Heater, Griswold Mfg. Co. Erie, PA, pn 2485

_____424.     Stove Top Sad Iron Heater, pyramid shape, S & T Co. Clev. O, 8 ½” t., holds 4 irons, fancy top

_____425.     Stove Top Sad Iron Heater, Noxall, Quincy Foundry & Novelty Co. Quincy, Ill, for Heating & Keeping Irons Clean, round, 9 ¼” dia. 3” deep, 2 slide open lids.

_____426.     Circle Pleating Machinery Corp. Electric Machine Fluter, (Patented Nicholson Fire Co. USA), belt or crank driven, 7 ¾” rolls, fine flutes, w/book

_____427.     Sharp’s Heater. A. L. M. Co. Troy. Natural Gas Heating Stand, 7” tall. Held one iron w/other was being heated. B81 on base.

_____428.     Stove Top Sad Iron Heater, Centennial Heater, Pat. Al’d Feb. 1876, skillet shaped heater sits in stove hole, lid is mechanical & clamps around iron hndl. posts.  9 ¾” dia.

_____429.     J.M.B. Davidson & Co. Albany NY Pat’d Oct. 18, 1864, mechanical, pressure from pushing down on iron raises the slotted lid. Holds 3 irons. 22 ¼” l.

_____430.     Stove Top Sad Iron Heater, No. 3, A & W. Mfg. Co., Chicago, Nov. 2, Pat’d Feb. 13, ’83, rectangular w/scalloped edge raised sides. 12” x 8 ½”, 2 ¾” deep.

_____431.     Stove Top Sad Iron Heater, No. 2, A & W. Mfg. Co., Chicago, Nov. 2, Pat’d Feb. 13, ’83, 8 ½” square w/scalloped edge raised sides, 2 ¾” deep.

_____432.     Hand Roller Fluter, curved hndl.

_____433.     Reference Book: Irons by Irons, by David Irons

_____434.     Reference: Binder full of Fluter Information (catalogs, articles, manufacturers, etc.)

_____435.     Reference Magazine: MINERVA, lovely pictures, German

_____436.     Reference Book: Smoothing Irons by Brian Jewell

_____437.     Reference Book: 300 Years of Housekeeping Collectibles by Linda Campbell Franklin, 1992

_____438.     Reference Book: A Gallimaufry of Goffering, by Oliver St. John

_____439.     Reference Book: The Swanson Collection of Fluting Devices, Vi & Ted Swanson

_____440.     Reference Book: Tuesday’s Children, Collecting Little Irons & Trivets, by Judy & Frank Politzer, 1977

_____441.     2 Calendars: American Irons, 2003

_____442.     References:  Book by Dave Irons: Pressing Iron Patents, 1876-1912 plus 2 lg. Binders of Patent Information

____442A. Reference Book: Antique Sad Irons by Opal M Bowlin

____442B.  Reference: Banner Pleating Service, Shepard Fluter Chronology, other interesting material on fluters, etc.

_____443.     2 Binders of ‘Pressing News’, great reading. Informational newsletter of the Midwest Sad Iron Collectors Club

_____444.     2 Binders of ‘Iron Talk’, periodical by Carol & Jimmy Walker. Full of great information.

_____445.     Pyramid Sad Iron Heater

_____446.     Lot of Machine Fluter Heaters (slugs)

_____447.     Box Lot of Misc. Fluter Parts, Sm. Sad Irons, Ty Boy Electric Necktie Presser, 2 Iron Shoes

_____448.     Maxant Master Fluter, Machine,  Industrial, electric

_____449.     Singer Industrial Fluting Machine, natural gas

_____450.     Chandler Industrial Fluting Machine, electric, w/foot pedal control

_____451.     Stewart Iron, Central Mfg. Co. Binghamton, NY, Pat. Jan. 28, 1901 & Trivet, natural gas

_____452.     Very Lg. Tailor Iron, unmrkd. (30 lbs)

_____453.     Tailor Iron, XX, 20 lbs.

_____454.     Tailor Iron, C in shield (Colebrookdale), 18 lbs.

_____455.     Tailor Iron, Savery Philadelphia, 16 lbs.

_____456.     Box Lot: Fluter Rolls & Heaters, in No. 4 Sensible Sad Irons wooden box

_____457.     Lot of Sad Iron Slugs & Fluter Heaters

_____458.     Electric Tailor Iron 

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