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Hi, I have what appears to be a somewhat vintage commercial grinder called a "Jericho America" - Portland Or. (I think) and it says "Made in Japan" on metal info plate. I can provide a JPEG if anyone is interested in helping me find out any information on it.
It is probably about 30" tall and has a red metal base and a clear hopper top for the beans. I am interested in finding out either a site I can go to for information or some pricing guidelines or value ideas. If anyone is interested, please email me. Sure would appreciate any info. Thanks. Marti
-- Marti Bailey (firstname.lastname@example.org), June 07, 2003
I am looking for parts to an old Jericho grinder FMI CM400. I need burs & a hopper. Let me know if your interested & if you think they are the same grinder. Mine was purchased in 1982 for $400.00. It is a commercial unit. Thanks for your help. Sally
-- Sally Mara (email@example.com), June 12, 2003.
I am looking for a new Espresso Spin Jericho Amereica, Made in Italy. Do you have any leads on this company. Charles Chandlr
-- Charles Chandler (ChipChand@adelphia.net), August 10, 2003.
I am interested in a jericho grinder and it is hard to find info. Russell
-- Russell Mroey (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 31, 2003.
Coffee Bean International used to sell these items, but the info only appeared in their paper catalog, never on-line. But try www.coffeebeanintl.com. You may find a phone number on their web site.
-- Arnold (email@example.com), February 16, 2004.
I WORK IN A COFFEE SHOP & AM LOOKING FOR 2 GLOBES FOR A JERICHO TYPE J-500 MACHINE # 990102....HELP PLEASE
-- HEATHER B (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 18, 2004.
I have a Jericho America Heavy duty commercial coffee grinder for sale, Please check this Craigslist listing for further info and photos, contact me if you are interested. Thanks.
-- Rich (email@example.com), October 01, 2004.
I have seen a "Jericho commercial grinder" listed at Coffee Masters website. The URL is http://www.coffeemasters.com/ It is only listed in their whole sale section but they may sell retail as well. Or at least could obtain replacement parts ect...
-- Brian Farmer (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 29, 2004.