This is an antique bread maker manufactured by Lander-Frary&Clark in New Brittain Conn. U.S.A.,made in 1903.It was awarded the Goldmedal at the St. Louis Expo in 1904. It is made of steel so it does have some rust area's, but no holes and the bucket was painted silver. The crank and support arm and paddle are in good working condition. I would recommend that it be used only for display or decoration . It would look great in a bakery as a conversation item. The bucket measures 12" across the top and 8 1/2" across the bottom. It is 9" deep and weighs 6lbs. Thanks for looking and good luck bidding
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