Antique Hocking Valley Wine Fruit Apple Cider Model A Junior Press.
You are looking at a vintage Hocking Valley press. I did not try to press any fruit. The wheels and handle turned freely. There was a wing nut on the underside of the juicer plate that adjusted the distance. It was rusted and would not turn. I assume you would adjust that nut for say switching to apples after pressing grapes. The Hocking Valley company was located in Lancaster Ohio. I do not know the age of it. There is a YouTube video showing how to use one. The green frame is 49 1/2” long. It is 18” wide by the drain side and 14 1/2” wide by the feed side. The top of the feed is 18” x 19”. The wooden bucket does not have a bottom. You would press the fruit by the drain and the liquid would freely flow out. The bolt on the handle has been replaced. I would find an old bolt or paint this one black. The bottom pan is 52” x 12” x 2 1/4”. The outside wheel on the main picture has a couple of cracks close to the shaft. It is solid but you might not notice. We are located in southwest Minnesota. If you need it shipped you can get free quotes from Uship and freight quote. It is solid and heavy. The pictures should show details and condition. F2