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    1909-1936 belt grinder's

    back in the day you could make your belts with glue and sapphire quartz.
    I like the double sand disc machine.

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    and a grinder

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    and some cutters
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    then cook it on this.
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    and you have to have a knife.
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    for fun
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    I want a big "The Universal Food Chopper" poster. Thanks for continually sharing these interesting finds.

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    I like the kraut cutters. When I was a child in Germany, my grandma still used to make her own sauerkraut - like everyone else in the village. One of the guys in the village - he must have been over 80 years old when he retired - owned a large kraut cutter. During the season he went from house to house and, for a meal and a few marks or some sausages, helped people cut their cabbages. Those, of course, were grown in the yards behind the house or, in our case, on a patch of land next to the river.

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    new and improved 3 blade
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    They were a little bigger in those days . I wonder were the other scale is.
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    I'm sure Mark has one of those slabs Man, just imagine how old that tree must have been.

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