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Vintage NESCO Roaster FOR PARTS/ NOT WORKING

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Vintage NESCO Roaster FOR PARTS/ NOT WORKING

Vintage NESCO Roaster FOR PARTS/ NOT WORKING

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An essential piece of Wisconsin Culinary Heritage

You could be the proud owner of this used NESCO cooker. We have not been able to find much info to date this but it appears to be from the 50s or 60s.

The cooker has not been tested due to the amount of corrosion and most likely does not currently work due to the condition of the cooking interior and power cable. It could possibly be restored with a lot of knowledge and work. The finish is very corroded and is peeling/chipping in numerous places throughout the cooker.

The vintage NESCO logo badge is still in place as is the original power knob. Includes a cooking rack and worn power cable. This item is being sold as is. Please see photographs for details.

The NESCO Roaster first made it's debut in the early 1930's, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, manufactured by the National Enameling and Stamping Company (NESCO). They were a longtime manufacturer of pots and pans, buckets, and other cooking and farm accessories in the growing agricultural state. It was about that time that a couple of their engineers were experimenting with electricity, as it was now available in Milwaukee. They took some wire, wrapped it around one of their double-boilers, plugged it in, and it got hot. An idea was born.

Quickly the new "portable oven" was sold throughout the Milwaukee area, and the firm was looking for a way to expand their new market. In the first ever joint marketing effort between an appliance manufacturer and a utility company, NESCO and the local utility companies went from farm to farm throughout Wisconsin selling the "new electric service" along with a NESCO Roaster Oven and some light bulbs to the rural families, who had been cooking on wood stoves.

Dimensions: 24" Long x 16" Wide x 12" Deep

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Manufacturer N/A
Color Various
Country of Origin Milwaukee, WI
Used or New Used
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