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Advertising for the classic Behrens toaster, 1951. Firmenarchiv Electrolux Advertising for the classic Behrens toaster, 1951. Firmenarchiv Electrolux

Advertising for the classic Behrens toaster, 1951. Firmenarchiv Electrolux

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    I have a flip side toaster quite similar to this but I assumed it was older than 1950’s.
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    Striped dress. Checkered tablecloth. Lightly striped toast, and a toaster with triangular cut outs. Yes, now all I need...
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    Advertising for the classic Behrens toaster, 1951. Firmenarchiv Electrolux.
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