Restored PREMIER Antique Wall Coffee Grinder, Cleaned & Ready To Use

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Seller: castironwhisperer1 (98) 98.9%, Location: Tinley Park, Illinois, Ships to: US, Item: 383155417620 This coffee grinder has been taken completely apart and meticulously cleaned and adjusted. It is embellished with intricate designs on the cast iron parts. The glass hopper has a few superficial scratches and some age bubbles and marks, as you would expect on aged glass. Please enlarge the pictures to get a clear view of the hopper. One picture shows a view looking from the top down into the grinder. The gray half to the top is the metal plate that feeds the coffee beans down into the grinder (to the bottom of the gray plate). I always leave coffee grounds in the grinder because the oils in the coffee prevent the grinder from rusting. Even If you are buying the grinder simply for decoration (and why would you not want to use it?), you should still grind a little coffee from time to time to keep the grinder in good shape and help the grounds to remain in the grinder to protect the internal parts. The coffee grinder is mounted on a lovely walnut board, with a really gorgeous grain. It has been routed and stained with a light gray see-through stain. The measurements of the board are 9-1/4"wide by 21-1/2" tall. The grind adjustment is fully functional so that you can adjust the grind as desired for your perfect cup of coffee. Markings: Back of the body says "Pat Mar 28 1905" Catch cup has 5 lines of text that say "No. 65", "PAT IN U.S.", "DEC 22. 1903", "JULY 17. 1903", "22" (in that order). Catch cup has a small chip on the top edge of the glass as shown in the pictures. I would assume someone was putting the catch cup back on the platform and misjudged the distance, bumping the edge. A word about mounting and using the grinder…. The grinder needs to be attached to the wall IN A STUD both at the top AND the bottom of the grinder in the holes provided. Grinding coffee produces a lot of force on the grinder (especially if it’s a very hard type of bean... you may not realize this, but coffee beans are vastly different in how dense they are). If the grinder is mounted loosely, it would be an accident waiting to happen. Always try to be protective of the glass hopper as they are extremely difficult to replace. Keep in mind that you have to have enough space for the handle to rotate around freely. If space is an issue,and you want me to make other measurements to see if it will fit in your space, don't hesitate to message me to ask. Likewise, if you want to see other pictures of any parts of the grinder, let me know. It’s important to me that you love your purchase so please ask any questions you have about it. I’m happy to help. Enjoy your daily cup(s) of coffee made with fresh coffee beans ground in your very own nearly-100-year-old coffee grinder. I use mine every single day.... it's one of my favorite things in the kitchen. And the coffee.... Delicious! Condition: Used, Brand: Premier / Brighton, Featured Refinements: Antique Coffee Grinder, Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

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