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Posted 5 years ago


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We bought an old Enterprise Coffee Grinder at an Antique Auction. We had it restored, but would love to know what model # it is. There are no numbers on the grinder that indicates which model it is. There wasn't a drawer in the front when we got it, so we had one built.
It's says " Patd Oct 21.73 " on the front. It measures 24.5" tall x 17" wide from wheel to wheel. The wheels measure 19" across. I believe this is a number 7 or 9, but can't say for sure. Does anyone know ?!?!?

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  1. Kathycat Kathycat, 5 years ago
    Go onto E-bay, their is one that looks exactly like yours. On the middle part of the wheel I believe it shows a Pat. No. Dec 1873.
  2. Jim-51, 5 years ago
    Last number on wheels size tells the number 19 in wheels number 9 I just found one last thursday wheels 19.5 I have been cleaning rust off need some parts was you able to find some parts. nice job on restore. Jim

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