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The Clipper Cleaner #16

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Katherine Terras

08-12-2014 11:05:59
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Does anyone know the value of "The Clipper Cleaner #16" manufactured by A.T. Ferrell & Co.? It's an antique that is intact and all parts are working. We purchased it in the 1960s from a grain elevator.




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Josh in Pa

08-14-2014 02:36:23
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 Re: The Clipper Cleaner #16 in reply to Katherine Terras, 08-12-2014 11:05:59  
Condition is everything. The last number signifies it"s size, and the "6" was the smallest of the commercial cleaners. Not sure about availability of screens, do you have a good selection of screens? Does it have brushes to keep the screens clean? I am not sure the "6" did. I saw a nice #27 sell last year for $500. It"s tough to put a price in them, because not many people are looking, and not many are for sale. I think $800 may be a good starting point if it"s work ready and has screens.
Josh

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Leroy

08-14-2014 05:44:10
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 Re: The Clipper Cleaner #16 in reply to Josh in Pa, 08-14-2014 02:36:23  
I think any of the screens are ready avaible



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mtf

08-13-2014 18:52:05
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 Re: The Clipper Cleaner #16 in reply to Katherine Terras, 08-12-2014 11:05:59  
The 16 is a real early one. I don"t think it has brushes. It"s a medium scale cleaner that only requires minimum current, 1-1.5 hp. Not worth much over $1000, and have to find the right person to get that out of it.



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Leroy

08-13-2014 05:52:47
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 Re: The Clipper Cleaner #16 in reply to Katherine Terras, 08-12-2014 11:05:59  
You have a large commercial cleaner and not a farm size unit. Couple of years ago a large one, don't know model, sold at auction for over $2,000. That company is still in business at Bluffton In.



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