RED CROSS Manufacturing Co Priority date (The priority date is an assumption and is not a legal conclusion. Google has not performed a legal analysis and makes no representation as to the accuracy of the date listed.) ... The present invention pertains to cider presses and it contemplates the provision of a cider press that is simple and ...
Red Cross Mfg. Cider Mill Apple press. This is the Senior model press. Ready to be put to work making fresh or hard cider. Fruit crusher and cider press. Hand crank or belt drive. Makes great cider! do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers; post id: 6698678326.
Antique Cider, Wine Press The Red Cross Mfg Co … Up for auction is this antique wine/cider press made by the Red Cross Mfg. Co., Bluffton Indiana. It measures 32" tall with the press handle in the up position. 18" tall to top of container, and 16" wide.
A wine, cider or fruit juice press from about 1900 is signed, "Red Cross, Bluffton, Indiana," and makes a fascinating wine cellar accessory. The original stenciling and finish are well worn and there are losses at the edges for antique character, see photos.
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Cider Presses and Cider Making has 401 members. A page for vintage or new cider making equipment of all kinds, pictures, for sale, parts, and general... Jump to. Sections of this page. ... My new to me Red Cross senior press. This makes number 50 for me. Jason Bancroft. Sp S on S so S red S
She's an heirloom, a 4th generation apple cider press, originally belonging to our host's Great Grandmother. The trademarks are long worn, so her birthplace is a matter of debate. She could hail from Ohio and The American Seeding-Machine Co, with the given name of Improve'd Buckeye Cider Mill .
Red Cross Mfg., Bluffton, Indiana, made these presses in three sizes and the Standard Senior is the largest one. This apple press has been in our family since it was purchased by grandparents in the early 1900's, and has been kept in a building on a cement floor.