Jersey was made by L.A. Sayre of Newark, New Jersey. It works on the
same principle as the Oriole, but the rack of teeth,which advance the
pivots away from the wheel after paring is complete. This allows you to
pull the shaft back easily. When the crank is pulled back an L-shaped pen
is stopped by the frame and pushes the pared apple off the
fork. The parer is marked PAT. JUN. 2 85.