An assortment of antique and vintage kitchen metalware items from a Wyoming estate. Described in order of the pictures:
9-1/4" tin round springform pan made in Germany, marked Thurnauer 9. Antique heavy tin bundt tube pan, 9-1/2" diameter by 3-3/4" deep. Both have age discoloration but are clean with no rust, dents, or dings.
Like new Ovenex starburst textured fluted mold or cake pan 8" by 2-3/4". Ovenex was patented in 1938. Shiny and spotless, looks never used. Tin grater and slicer, no handles. Blue rimmed white graniteware enamel plate, 9" diameter. Marked with quarter moon logo "K.S.E.W. Nippon". Patented 1915 spatula or turner utensil with bottle opener handle marked Redfield Mercantile Co. Redfield So. Dak. Patent number and date are marked on bottom.
Androck chopper/mincer glass jar with crank handle and tin litho hopper. Two zinc canning jar lids with milk glass liners. One is marked Ball Mason, the other Boyd's Genuine Porcelain Lined Cap (it's glass, not porcelain). Also a Ball No. 10 clear glass jar liner.
Three handled tin cookie cutters: diamond, heart, club/clover. Light rust. Each about 2-3/4" wide or long.
Universal No. 99 aluminum percolator coffee pot complete, 10-1/2" high. Has glass Pyrex perc top lid, base has extended circular cook stove ring. Made by Landers, Frary, Clark. Last patent date printed on basket is 1907. Very good and still usable condition some scuffs and marks to exterior.
Poor lighting caused everything to come out dark and colorless in the photos - I guess the items are sort of colorless. Expect normal age related wear to most items, nothing serious. Any other issues are mentioned above.