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A small cast iron table top coffee grinder
© WOTTON AUCTION ROOMS, Ltd., Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire, UK

A small cast iron table top coffee grinder with applied plaque reading - A Kenrick & Sons Patent Coffee Mill together with a further coffee mill, principally...

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