200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

49tandc
Gentlemen,
I recently picked up a Griswold #3 Food Chopper.  Most of the plating is gone, but it included the original box, a couple of different blades and a neat recipe pamphlet from "Aunt Ellen" which includes Christmas Pudding.  I usually use the meat grinders for my Objects de ManCave Art' stuff after cutting & welding on them.  This Griswold is too neat to use as intended.  I know nothing about this little chopper and look to you guys to enlighten me.  What makes it a No. 3?  Is it the size?  Aunt Ellen and her clothing makes it look like this is from the 30's or 40's.  Is this about right.   I'll get some pics up later.  This may end up in the classified section for the Griswold collectors here. 

Any info is a help.
   
Thanks,
Chuck
49T&C
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Majicwrench
No pictures??
Keith
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49tandc
Not yet!  Ankle deep in concrete right now.
49T&C
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