Elderly Couple Have Oldest Toaster In U.K.
LONDON, Jan. 29 (UPI) — An elderly couple say their 58-year-old toaster, which they still use, is the oldest in Britain.
Joan and Fred Horley got their chrome-plated Morphy Richards toaster as a wedding gift in 1953, the Mirror reported.
The toaster, which cost $31 then, is believed to be the oldest working model in Britain.
“It’s still as good as new,” Fred Horley, 80, told the Mirror.
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