|Object Name||Model, Patent|
|Dimensions||H-8 W-8.125 D-12 inches|
|Description||The seed cleaning mechanism sits atop a four-legged wooden frame held together by mortise & tenon joints. There is a large wooden wheel on the front of the object from the left and a smaller brass wheel to its right. This brass wheel is connected to a steel rod, which runs through the center of a wooden spindle. This steel rod is held down by a wooden overlay piece on either end with two screws. The spindle has a circumference of grating tin for processing. There is a wooden chute on the left of the spindle that slopes down into the the spindle. There is a metal wire shield around the top of the spindle that is fastened to the wooden chute frame with tin plating and nails. There is a latch on the back of the spindle-chute component, which is to the far right facing the object from the front. There is a brass latch on either side of the wooden chute frame that can lock the component into place. There are three paper tags along with a taped tag that are on the end of the wooden chute.|
|Notes||Seed-Cleaning Machine, based on patent no. 200410, which was invented by Isaac B. Sandusky of Fayette County, Kentucky. Sandusky's design was patented February 19, 1878.|
|Collection||KHS Museum Collection|
Sandusky, Isaac B.
Agricultural machinery & implements
|Physical Holder||Kentucky Historical Society - KHS|