I have just come into posession of my grandfather’s pedal powered grinding wheel and wonder if there’s a market for these or if I should just plan on keeping it for a conversation piece. It looks exactly like the one in the photo except it it red. Any info will be greatly appreciated.
have just come into posession of my grandfather’s pedal powered grinding wheel and wonder if there’s a market for these or if I should just plan on keeping it for a conversation piece. It looks exactly like the one in the photo except it it red. Any info will be greatly appreciated.
This is almost identical to one my Grandfather had. I’ve waited 25 years for this to become available and
now it goes to an in-law family member instead. If this would be for sale, please contact me. Although,
I’m not sure how you would do that.
I am very interested in purchasing a stone sharpener with seat & pedals. I would love to surprise my husband for Christmas. He loves “old” things, so I’m safe for a while! He has his heart set on getting one! If you have one for sale or can direct me, please contact me asap! Thanks!
What does this pedal powered grinding stone date back to? I have one built out of very small angle iron identical to the picture but slightly different (maybe older). I don’t know anything about it but I would appreciate a response asap, please. Thank you!!!
IAN - If you are still looking for one of these, please email me. I have one for sale and can send a pic to you. I’m not sure where you are located but email me if you’d like and maybe we can work things out.
i have a sit down peddal grinding wheel made of sand stone no cracks in working condition. it is much older and infact worth more than 200 dolars. this item is for sale i will not accept any amount under 500 dollars a very nice piece for a collector or hollywood sets. also have another one that has a crack in it but still is holding to gether set price 850 dollars
Hello. I have a stone that originally was pedal-powered but was changed to electric in the 20’s. It came from a farmin Iowa and the entire thing is built with heavy wood and an old Emerson Electric motor. The wheel is 18 5/8 by 2 5/8 and is in perfect condition. I used it to sharpen my tools but want to sell it now. The wheel is mounted to an old Hobart food processor bevel gear arm and turns at about 60-80rpm. It is heavy, probably 250lbs. I have pictures, please contact me at email@example.com and I will send you pictures. I want to sell it soon as I am back in college and need tuition money. Thanks.
I have identical riding wet g antique that has a 100 pound wilson stone on it aprox 20 inches wide and 2 inches wide with wilson stamp on it aprox late 1800 to early 1900 ? by my best reculations please reply wiy\th any info u may have
I have an antique pedal powered sandstone grinder, with a seat. The frame is rusted but the grinder is in good shape. Not in working condition but would like to see if there is any interest in this item?
I have sold my grinder to a very nice gentleman in Iowa, and I am in California. I am trying to break it down to ship, but some bolts to the stone will not turn or have no head that you can turn, any suggestions??? Or reasonable shipping options
I have an older style one that is a square frame with seat and foot shaped paddle wheel. has some time wear on it but looking for $150.00 or so. Shipping would be on you or you can pick it up in CA. Let me know and I will send pics and shipping from address.
Im looking for a pedal powered grindstone, similar to one in picture.
Not overly concerned about appearance but MUST be in fine working condition.
Am willing to pay a ver fair price for right piece. Am located in Burlington, VT area so could pick up someplace reasonably nearby.
Not sure what shipping would be for distances further afield but would obviously pick up freight cost. Thank you.