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An Enterprise tinned meat chopper.<br />
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A collection of quirky 100-year-old kitchen gadgets designed to make life easier for the Mary Berry of Victorian days have emerged for sale.<br />
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Long before Kenwood Chef and KitchenAid were the must-have items, these unusual tools - which include mincers, chopping devices and a butter churn - were the forerunners.<br />
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Unlike their popular modern counterparts, many of the tools were too expensive for most people to buy and were not highly reliable and so are rarely found today.<br />
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The 25 kitchen items, which date from the late 19th and early 20th century, are being sold by Golding, Young & Mawer auctionhouse and are expected to fetch thousands of pounds.