Vintage streamline chrome toaster works by rotating one center lever handle which opens both doors for inserting and removing toast. Because the doors to this very sleekly designed toaster ‘flop’ open, it was known as a Flopper Toaster. This dates before the pop up toasters around 1940. Shiny and extremely reflective chrome features and etched design with waves at the bottom and a lovely vertical design, perhaps depicting a building, with chevron designs at the very top.
Base is brown Bakelite which matches the handles on the side. Handles also have vertical etched designs. Some light scratches- not many at all. Beautiful to look at. Cord appears in wonderful condition, and I have plugged the toaster in and it does work, however I always recommend replacing old plugs, as a safety precaution.
Bottom is marked Universal Landers, Frary & Clark – NEW BRITAIN CONN – MADE IN U.S.A. Also marked on metal plate on bottom VOLTS 110-120 WATTS 500 ARTICLE NO. EA2105.
Measures 7-3/4” H x 9”W x 5”D. Cord measures 72” in length.