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Unread 02-22-2022, 01:05 PM   #1
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How many types of coffee grinders did Parker make? I have one with the glass cup. It's a neat piece.
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several types and many variations within those types

the wall style with the glass jar on top and cup below, cast iron wheeled style from counter top to big store floor models, tin wall mounted, wood box with the grinder on top

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They made a LOT of variations.
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They did make a lot of variations. Thanks for the link. Amazing how many items they made.
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I bought my 700 from fellow member, Allan Swanson, and it's about 2' tall. a Friend bought Allan's 3500 which stands over 6' tall, on very beautiful cast legs. He also has a 2500, which stands about 3' tall. Mine came from a grocery store in Meriden CT, where my dad was born while his father was running the iron foundry at the Charles Parker Company.
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