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Perfection Kitchen Tools. Research Magazine Advertisements. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! (1891) Perfection Flour Bin. A household necessity. No home complete without it. Simple to use. Never wears out. Made of tin. Combines sack or barrel, sifter, pan and scoop. Enough for baking sifted in one minute. (1890) The Perfection Flour Bin. No scattering of flour; no apron or roling up of sleeves needed. No housekeeper will be without it after once using. Sherman, Tangenberg & Co. (1890) The Perfection Meat Cutter. America Machine Company. The Latest, Best and Most Improved for Family Use. By the use of the Perfection Cutter all cold pieces of meat, tough ends of steak, etc., usually wasted, can be made with little trouble into many of the tasty dishes found in leading hotels and restaurants. (1895) Perfection Cutter. Kitchen Waste can be made into dainty dishes by using this new Cutter. Mrs. Rorer of Philadelphia Cooking School, tells how, in her book of receipts - Dainty Dishes - which is yours for the asking. North Brothers Manufacturing Company, Philadelphia. (1892) Perfection Flour Bin and Sieve. Keeps flour perfectly dry and free from dirt, vermin, etc. Combines Bin, Sifter, Pan & Scoop. Aerates and preserves flour from mold. Sherman & Butler, Manufacturers, Chicago, Ill. Enjoy these vintage ads for Perfection Kitchen Tools while you browse through our Advertisement Gallery! As always, more to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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