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    Posted 9 years ago

    piratelou
    (15 items)

    This is a Vintage/Antique Coffee Grinder. It's a Crystal Arcade. I believe all parts on this are original and it's functional! The only thing I'm not sure is when this was released? Any information would be appreciated thanks!

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    1. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 9 years ago
      Looks like a #2 model. They came out around 1915. However they didn't stamp the word arcade in the lid until model #25. Yours also has the plain catch glass. You have a model 25. Earlier mills were embossed on the handle flange. This one is the most common and was made around 1920.

      It is not a crystal arcade it is an Arcade Crystal. Big difference if you want to research it.
    2. Lostinspace Lostinspace, 9 years ago
      I have model #3 grinder currently looking for the jars. Check out the link below. I found it to be the best for information about these wonderful grinders. Good luck!
      http://www.coffeehouseinc.com/history.htm
    3. piratelou piratelou, 9 years ago
      Thanks for the info!
    4. oscar302, 3 years ago
      I see all kinds on info on the #3 arcade crystal coffee grinders, how about the #4?

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