Fanning Mill Separator Grain Clean-Kenosha Pacific 1871
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Sold Date: 03/07/2011
Channel: Online Auction
Category: Ethnic, Folk & Native American Art
This is a a nice antique hand crank "Kenosha Pacific Grain & Seed Cleaner", that is marked "MFD. By Kenosha Fanning Mill Co of Kenosha, Wis." and has a Patent date of 1870 and 1871. A decal of a Centennial Medal on the side. The frame is marked "Pacific". It is about 44" tall, 52" from front to back, and about 28" wide. It comes with a few screens(#1,#4,#5) that may not fit this machine but could easily be made to fit. I've read that replacement screens can be bought and are still being made. The mill is in working condition but due to age is sold as is. The wooden hand crank is fair/poor and the mill turns easily, shaking side to side (much older design). Most mills shake front to back. This a much older mill than most and is great looking for its age. A little linseed oil would make the paint look very nice!No shipping- Pick up only! It can be stored for several months and is located about 50 miles north of Mpls,MN. Must be paid for with in 10 days of auction end. Thank you for looking-
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