Lone Hand Western - Old West History

Vintage Egg Beaters

Vintage Chef offers vintage egg beaters in the open hand crank and beater jar options.

The first egg beaters appeared in the 1850's and since that time more than 1000 patents have been awarded for different designs.  Dover egg beaters were so popular that at one point the generic term "dovering eggs" was used to describe the egg beating process in recipes.  Dover egg beaters remain very collectable today.  Vintage Chef provides a variety of Dover Egg Beaters and egg beaters from other manufacturers of the same period.

Egg Beater - Holt's Egg Beater - Holt's
VU360
Here is a nice Holt’s Egg Beater in good condition. This beater spins freely and is ready to go to work in your vintage kitchen or primitive camp. The crank wheel is stamped “ Holt’s Egg Beater Pat. AUG. 22, 1899 APR 3, 1900.” These are getting to be increasingly difficult to find.
Archimedean Egg Beater SOLD
An Archimedean drill mixer or beater in very good condition. This mixer works by pushing down on the spring loaded handle which causes the beater to spin. The spring tension then pushes the handle back upward to repeat the process. Really quite effective. 12 1/2 inches in length with a beater diameter of 2 inches. A great conversation piece and very useable.
Egg Beater - Archimedean SOLD
A unique Archimedean mixer or beater with double beaters in very good condition. This mixer works by pushing down on the spring loaded handle which causes the beater blades to spin. The spring tension then pushes the handle back upward to repeat the process. Really quite effective. A great conversation piece a very useable. Length of 13 1/2" and a base width of 3 1/2".
Egg Beater - Dover SOLD
An early specimen in Very Good + condition. Crank wheel is stamped "Dover Pattern Improved" and "Pat'd Feb 4, 1904" The letter T is stamped under the handle. The overall length is 10 1/2" with a wheel diameter of 3". The first egg beaters appeared in the 1850's and since that time more than 1000 patents have been awarded for different designs. Dover egg beaters were so popular that at one point the generic term "dovering eggs" was used to describe the egg beating process in recipes. Dover egg beaters remain very collectible today.
Fries egg beater/batter mixer SOLD
A wonderful specimen in excellent condition.  Crank and mixer paddles spin freely.  This is one of those scarce items that is a real attention getter.
8"H x 6"W x 4-1/2"D
Dover Egg Beater

SOLD
Very early specimen in very good condition.  Crank wheel is stamped "Dover Egg Beater Pat. Made In Boston U.S.A"  The number 4 is stamped under wooden knob.  The number 11 is stamped under handle.  Still spins too.  Length of 9 1/2"

Dover Egg Beater

SOLD
An early specimen in very good condition.  Crank wheel is stamped "T&S Dover Beater".  Very pleasing patina with no rust and it spins freely.  Length of 10"

Dover Egg Beater

SOLD
Nickel coated and spins real well.  Marked "Dover Egg Beater Company" on back of handle.  "Boston U.S.A."  around front of axel pin. Very good condition.  Length of 11"

Dover Egg Beater

SOLD
Nickel coated and spins like a dream.  Large comfortable grip is stamped "Genuine Dover" on the front and "Dover Stamping Company" on the back.  Very good condition.  Length of 11 1/2"

 

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