|1913 Holcomb And Hoke Popcorn Machine|
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The Holcomb & Hoke Popcorn machines are considered to be quite rare. The mahogany cabinet on casters and all the nickel plated metal work is fully restored and in excellent working condition. A true piece of history and conversation piece for your home. The mechanical mechanism is extremely ingenious as it measures just the correct portion of kernels to be popped and then buttered as it is carried along a chain conveyor to the final destination to be bagged or boxed for the consumer. A heater unit keeps the freshly popped corn nice and warm. There are storage compartments for supplies plus one of the doors opens and folds down to create a step to enable the operator to easily fill the hopper on the top of the popcorn cabinet. Measures approximately 25 by 32 by 72 inches . These units were used in public places such as theatres and some could actually be rolled out on to sidewalks for street selling. Will not ship, local pickup only.