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    Posted 8 years ago

    rocklandman
    (72 items)

    I could use a little help on this one? I is some type of grinder/mill with 2 copper stacks that both grind into a pullout metal lined drawer. There is a wood cabinet along with this grinder and the large wheel has a grove like it was hooked up to a pulley with a motor?
    Anyone I'm Stumped!!!
    Thanks
    Rock

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    1. sabidob, 7 years ago
      You posted this two years ago so you probably know by now what you have there is an A. Jorgensen made in Denmark. I have one like it, it's a 4 hopper made of brass . . . a beautiful piece. This would probably be made circa 1920's. The would a fix a little 4 horse motor to the floor with a belt and that would turn the wheels. It's cool you don't see many of these. Check the Macmillan Book, bible of antique grinders.

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