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This combination spatula & bottle opener is a great piece of early advertising. It looks like a primitive utensil, maybe 1920s - 30s (dont know for sure). The old spatula advertises "ALBERS FLAPJACK FLOUR" & "PEACOCK BUCKWHEAT FLOUR". These products could help to reveal a date. These names are written on the handle which splits into 2 edges between the spatula on 1 end & the bottle opener on the other. This utensil is in excellent condition. It has wear on the thin metal spatula & there is some light surface rust on the wear spots. The primitive kitchen utensil measures about 10 1/2" long & the spatula is 2 1/2" wide. This is a great piece to add to various collections including: advertising items, bottle openers & kitchen primitives!
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