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An Excellent Example of the “Parker’s National” Coffee Mill, No. 403, by the Charles Parker Company, Meriden, Connecticut, circa 1880. This Mill retains much of its Original Paper Label and the Mill itself is in Excellent Original Condition. The Central Body of the Tongue & Groove Mill and the Coffee Drawer has its Original “Shellac” Finish which also covers the Paper Label; the Square Top Surface is an Embossed Copper Plate; the Decorative Mill Cover appears to be Cast Bronze with an Opening for Coffee Beans; the Grinder is Cast Iron. The Mill works Perfectly and is in Virtually Unused Condition. Measurements: The Box is $ ¾” x 5 1/8” ; the Copper Plate is 7” x 7”; the Iron and Wood Handle extends out 7” on center; the Base is 6 ¼” x 6 ¼”; Total Height is 9 ½”.

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Fabulous Unsigned Cake Crock, approximately 1 ½ Gallons, with what appears to be the Original Lid, circa 1850. Bold Cobalt Blue Flower Petals are brushed around the piece and on the lid, with blue accents under the handles. The style suggests that it is probably from Pennsylvania or Maryland. It measures 6 ½” in height and 10” in diameter. It is in Excellent Condition, with only a couple of minor chips on the inside rim of the lid. It’s a Nice Size with Good Character.

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