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Antique Imperial Coffee Grinder Arcade Mfg Co – $25

Antique Imperial Coffee Grinder Arcade Mfg Co – $25

Vintage hand crank seeder manufactured by The Cyclone Seeder Co., Urbana, Indiana, patented in 1925 and used through the 1940′s. Weathered canvas bag, a few very small holes near the bottom of the bag, original paint is still bright red and beautiful. Zinc spreader and crank mechanism on bottom is in great condition and turns smoothly. It has a heavy canvas shoulder strap with metal buckle (nice patina on this piece).

This sweet vintage farm piece was once used to sow wheat or rye seed, turning by hand crank, to spread seed over an area of 30 feet or more.

Please click on the thumbnails for larger images and please let me know if you have any questions. We’re located at 9760 Grand Ave in Franklin Park if you would like to take a look at it. We love supporting local arts and business and specialize in finding old interesting and well made items.Antique Imperial Coffee Grinder by Arcade Mfg Co. It has a nice cast iron crank arm.

                                                                              PURCHASING INFORMATION
Pick Up @ Fresh Start
5xx Flatbush Ave (Btwn Maple St & Beekman Pl)
Brooklyn, NY

M-Th: 9:00am – 5:00pm,
F: 9:00am – 4:00pm
Sa: 10:00am – 4:30pm

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