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Spokerd1

01-12-2019 12:30:21




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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

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Butch(oh)

01-30-2019 07:51:15




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 Re: Help identify this sheller in reply to Spokerd1, 01-12-2019 12:30:21  
I have an Appleton New Badger 2 hole sheller that appears to be like that one. There are quite a few pieces of the feed mechanism missing from that one.



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Spokerd1

03-18-2019 16:01:24




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 Re: Help identify this sheller in reply to Butch(oh), 01-30-2019 07:51:15  
Butch. If this is an Appleton New Badger. You mentioned it was missing a few parts from the feed mechanism. Were there some small pieces of wood or metal pieces that helped pull the corn cobs in the sheller? If you have some good pictures could you please post them? Thanks in advance



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Spokerd1

03-17-2019 11:03:34




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 Re: Help identify this sheller in reply to Butch(oh), 01-30-2019 07:51:15  
Butch. If this is an Appleton New Badger. You mentioned it was missing a few parts from the feed mechanism. Were there some small pieces of wood or metal pieces that helped pull the corn cobs in the sheller? If you have some good pictures could you please post them? Thanks in advance



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c.amick

01-23-2019 18:30:11




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 Re: Help identify this sheller in reply to Spokerd1, 01-12-2019 12:30:21  
Guess there are no letters stamped on the hand crank.



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Spokerd1

01-23-2019 21:01:00




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 Re: Help identify this sheller in reply to c.amick, 01-23-2019 18:30:11  
The crank handle has no casting numbers. There are a couple of parts that has letters and numbers cast in them. I will get those casting numbers and it might take a couple of days to get them.



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golfcartman

01-15-2019 16:00:40




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 Re: Help identify this sheller in reply to Spokerd1, 01-12-2019 12:30:21  
My guess would be IHC. I had one that was similar but mine was the all metal version.



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Stoughtonfarmboy

01-14-2019 08:29:06




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 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.

Ken



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