Our Collection

Tradition of Slicers and Grinders

The iconic symbol of the General slicing machine co. Model H
commercial grade meat grinder.
General Model H
Slicing Machine

Enter the 25th Anniversary

General had achieved a long list of accreditations including the
Good Housekeeping Seal, Parent’s Magazine Commendation
Seal, UL and CSA approvals. As well, General had impressive
materials, like this one, where users could find useful tips to
operate their General slicer. This early model featured the SAFE
T Guard, a revolutionary safety tool.

The Finest in After-Sales Service

General has an enduring commitment to providing unsurpassed
product quality and after-sales service. Featured here is an authentic
and dated parts list for the model 700 slicer with minimum shipping
charges of 10 cents!
Model 700 Parts
Model 700 Parts

Great Tasting Recipes

Published in 1955, General’s Recipe book sold for $1.00 each!
This 17 page booklet features many delicious recipes including
scrumptious dessert recipes!

Radical by the Standards of Time

Featured here is the manual for the General saladmaker and
chopper. A versatile item well ahead of its time! It could work
with raw meat, cooked meats, fruits and vegetables, baby foods
and nuts.
Salad Maker

Vintage Tools

Circa 1930 to 1950. Notable sample of industrial quality tools
manufactured by General.

Creativity in Print

General's ad campaign from the middle of the 20th century
remains true today. With General, you can make every meal as pretty as
a picture!
Make Every Meal

An Original

Trailblazing and pioneering, General continued to innovate. One
of General's original slicers, the model 218.