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Vintage Popcorn Popper from 1930s


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This is a very cool stovetop popcorn popper. From the way it's made, we think it's from the 1930s or 1940s. It has a tan enamel finish and red wooden handles. You turn the top handle to stir the popcorn and oil as it pops. The stirrer inside fits into a recess in the bottom. We even have someone's recipe for the perfect popcorn!

The paint is a bit worn and chipped, but this gives it a lot of character. Turning the stirrer is a bit stiff, but it should loosen up if you use it. Inside, you can see this thing was well loved and used. However, I would clean it and make popcorn today. In fact I might!

Whether you want it to make popcorn, or just look nice on a shelf, it'll get the job done.
  • Model: Antique3147-PopcornPopper-1930VG
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