About Antique Coffee Grinders: The list of antique coffee grinders is extensive. What I have done is to list a few and direct you to the sites via links. Canister Coffee Grinders or Mills Box or Lap Coffee Grinders or Mills Upright, Post, Side and Other Wall Mounted Coffee Grinders or Mills European Coffee Grinders or Mills Tin hopper wall mount coffee mill - The body is made of cast iron and the hopper is made of a sheet metal Reference: http://www.oldcoffeegrinders.com/ http://www.millmania.com/ http://www.antiquecoffeegrinders.net Book: Antique Coffee Grinders: American, European and English by Michael L. White and Judith A. Sivonda How to use a coffee grinder: There are so many different coffee grinders that to state here one method would be incorrect. The basic method: Beans are poured into the top hopper, not to the rim but ¼” from the rim. The hopper is closed. The wheel grinder is operated by a turning the handle. Turn this handle in a clockwise direction and the grounds will fall into the bottom hopper. Much like a meat grinder. To collect the grounds, untwist or unscrew the top hopper.
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