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Old 08-06-2018, 10:05:37 PM
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I picked this up at an auction early summer. Has J.Fleurys Sons from Aurora ont. On the hopper. The hopper is clearly not original. From my own research it resembles a Dempster grinder. Does anyone know if Fleury actaully made these or if the previous owner just labelled it as such?

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Sandwich also made one like this, along with Burns, Fairbanks, Gade (I think a Dempster re-badge) and perhaps one other company made similar units to the Dempster. I'll have to dig up some information.
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I have also an Fleury Bissel machine made in Canada, they made for John Deere.
I also like some information and pictures from other collectors who owns them. As far as I know there is nothing to find on the net.
What I like to know is how where this machines installed. Did they put them on a cart or used as stationary purposes.
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