A friend found this wooden sheller at an antique shop. I know it has been modified as to keep people’s fingers out of the sheller. He wants to restore this sheller and would like some idea as to who manufacturered it. I hope the pictures help you identify it. Any help would be appreciated
Re: Help identify this sheller in reply to Spokerd1, 01-12-2019 12:30:21
Can't identify, but I have a crooked finger from being pinched in the exposed gears on a similar corn sheller. Older brother was cranking and I was seeing how close I could get and pull my hand away at the last minute. Maybe 5 or 6 years old at the time.
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