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Posted 4 years ago

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Hello. I found this really vintage looking coffee dispenser in my mother attic. It is called the Coffee Pal and was made by Dispensing systems incorporated out of Oklahoma City, Ok, I have searched the inter net and can not find any information about it. It's only about 2 foot tall and looks like it would of been mounted on the wall. according to it's internat counter it has only made 11 cups of coffee.If you have any information please contact me at James.Pearson5971@yahoo.com.

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James

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  1. Mark Aldinger, 4 years ago
    Don't know much other than this looks like one we used in our office break room in the 1960's.
  2. Don, 4 years ago
    Wow! This is a cool piece. For use with instant coffee. Looks like it's missing some bin containers that would fit on top of the augers holding the individual ingredients. Turn the knobs selections cream, sugar and coffee (instant coffee) then drop the ingredients into a cup and just add water.

    The coffee break was created in the 50's when they it was noticed employees were more productive while consuming coffee on their breaks. Anything to sell more coffee, right? And a more productive employee, right? Well, it's true! Employees are more productive if allowed to consume coffee on the job employer paid or not. SO you can see why an employer would pay for office coffee service. Any whooo this looks like a marketing gimick created by ingenious coffee promoters to sell more coffee in an office enviornment and instant coffee at that . . . Just add water! How we have evolved. Don a 29 year old coffee roaster in Portland, Oregon

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