The Oldest Coffee Grinder

"The Oldest Coffee Grinder Ancient Egyptian mortar and pestle, probably used for pounding coffee"

Turkish Coffee Mill

Turkish Coffee Mill

Historical Relics in the Peter Collection, United States National Museum1—Bagdad coffee-roasting pan and stirrer. 2—Iron mortar and pestle used for pounding coffee. 3—Coffee mill used by General and Mrs. Washington. 4—Coffee-roasting pan used at Mt. Vernon. 5—Bagdad coffee pot with crow-bill spout

Historical Relics in the Peter Collection, United States National coffee-roasting pan and stirrer. mortar and pestle used for pounding coffee. mill used by General and Mrs. pan used at Mt. coffee pot with crow-bill spout

FIRST ENGLISH COMMERCIAL COFFEE-ROASTER PATENT, 1824 Fig. 1—End elevation. Fig. 2—Front sectional view. Fig. 3—Front elevation, showing how the roasting cylinder was turned completely over to empty. Fig. 4—The examiner, or trier. Fig. 5—Tube (J) to be inserted in H of Fig. 6 to prevent escape of aroma

First english commercial coffee roaster patent

Burns Granulating Mill, 1872–74

Burns Granulating Mill, 1872–74

English and French Coffee Grinders Nineteenth century

English and French Coffee Grinders Nineteenth century

Roasting, Making, and Serving Devices

Roasting, Making, and Serving Devices

Napier's Vacuum Machine, 1840

Napier's Vacuum Machine, 1840

Early American Coffee Roasters

Early American Coffee Roasters

Enterprise Hand Store Mill

Enterprise Hand Store Mill

Grain Mill of Greeks and Romans also used of grinding coffee

Grain Mill of Greeks and Romans also used of grinding coffee

The N.C.R.A. Home Coffee Mill

The N.C.R.A. Home Coffee Mill

Roaster with Three-Sided Hood It succeeded the cast-iron spider, and was suspended from a crane, or stood in the embers

Roaster with Three-Sided Hood It succeeded the cast-iron spider, and was suspended from a crane, or stood in the embers

Early French Wall and Table GrindersLeft, seventeenth-century coffee grinder in the Musée de la Porte de Hal—Center, wall mill, eighteenth century—Right, iron mill, eighteenth century

Early French Wall and Table GrindersLeft, seventeenth-century coffee grinder in the Musée de la Porte de Hal—Center, wall mill, eighteenth century—Right, iron mill, eighteenth century

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