I also would like to know the value. I have one as well. I think mine is chrome. The volume is just under 1 pint. Has a medical symbol-snake, staff w/ wings inside a circle with a U on the left side of the medical symbol and an S on the right. It is marked:
at top very small letters
THEN IN CENTER DOME:
IN LARGE LETTERS: - STANLEY
IT WILL NOT BREAK
NEW BRITAIN, CONN.
I received this from a lady about 15 years ago. She was about 70 at the time. She said it was her husband's. I wish that I had gotten more info. I am thinking that it was used in a Military Hospital. The styling/quality is very good so maybe it was just used for officers. The age of the lady would indicate WWI. Do you think this is possible? I sure would like to know the value/history. I have looked it up on eBay for about the last 6 months. There has not been (1) listed! To me, this would indicate that it is either very rare or very common. Please let me know if you have any more info.
OK, this makes a third such pitcher, inherited from my dad, who collected everything known to man. Mine too has the medical symbol with the staff and the snakes and "US" on the side. Mine does not however have any patent information or the word "Stanley" on it, instead mine says "UNIVERSAL" on the bottom. The bottom also screws off for access to the insulated liner inside. Like the previous posters of this question, any and ALL information about it would be appreciated.
What is the money worth of a Landers, Frary @ Clark UNIVERSAL" No. E9239?
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I did a search in Ebay and found several different types ranging in price from $9.99 to a high of $61.00. It depends on the model and age. I did not find the particular model number in there but most Seller did not list a model number. You would recognize it if you did a search on Ebay and put in the Search bar, Universal Toaster landers frary clark. Don't put in the model number. Good luck
Michael Frary was born in 1918.
Michael Frary died in 2005.
Ralph Frary died in 1911.
Aja Frary is 5' 6 1/2".
Ralph Frary was born on 1876-07-03.
Frank P. Frary died in 1911.
Frank P. Frary was born in 1856.
Depends if you like your bread toasted or not.But seriously I have a universal toaster from 1914 myself.Just fun to have..Keep it.Probly not worth so much but a good convo piece..Bob
Aja Frary was born on July 1, 1978, in Seattle, Washington, USA.
Yes, lunchbox is a common noun, a word for any lunchbox of any kind.A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, thing, or a title; for example:Connie Henninger Neiman, The Lunchbox Lady, Baltimore, MDWest Lunchbox Street, Kuna, IDThe Lunchbox (restaurant), Tallahassee, FLUniversal Lunch Box with Vacuum Bottle No. 410 (1918 advertisement for Landers Frary Clark Products)"The Lunchbox Thief", a novel by Nicole Brown
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The condition of the piece and the "desire" for it by the market will set a price. It has been observed that a number of more successful second hand stores have a computer on site that has a web tie and an eBay window up and running. (No offense to Craig's list.) Why do you suppose a store that buys and sells second hand stuff would do something like that? A Universal #1 in the original box is worth about $18.00 Without the box or a box in bad shape is worth about $12.00 in the Ms, La, Tn area as of Dec 2008.
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Agatha Christie had one brother, Louis Montant Miller (ten years older than Agatha), and one sister, Margaret Frary Miller (eleven years older than Agatha).
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