Rome Industries 3-Handle Cooker;
I had seen these somewhere and just remembered where;
An Uncle who ran a furniture (junk) store in Colorado died a few years ago and we all pitched in to help clean the store out. Incredibly, it turned out he had some amazing stuff; like half a dozen new in the box electric 1935 "bread heaters" (toasters), and one of the first electric pin ball machines (looked like it would still work, cause it looked like it had never been used) and a couple of really nice juke boxes; again one of them looked like it had never been used, maybe from the late 40's early 50's.
And an entire pallet; probably 35 or 40 3 handle cookers from Rome Industries. Still in the box. Lord only knows what Uncle thought he was supposed to do with them.
And no, before anyone gets fired up, I have no clue who ended up with them or what they would have done with them, or how to track them down now. They are scattered to the winds.
The only reason I mention them at all is to cause stress among buzzards;
it's November after all and spring runoff is months away.