Mill, Grist

Maker
O.C. Harris
Production date
Circa 1849
Description
Grist Mill. Iron construction. A funnelled bowl on top channels to spinning grinding wheel, which is operated by turning on handle at the side. Handle turns series of toothed wheels, which in turn operated grinding whell. Mechanism sits atop and within tripodular body and feet. Horizontal cross members between feet have relief text "Repatented Aug 1848 O.C. Harris Waterville NY".
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Dimensions (LxWxH): 335 x 450 x 335mm (13 3/16 x 17 11/16 x 13 3/16")
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Associated notes
Used in Templeton by William Voice, Coach builer. Used by William Voice to grind paint pigments. Came out on Cressy 1850. See rel doc file and EC2000.74.
Current rights code
Other id
EC2000.75
51/2000
9701
1586
Catalogue number
EC2000.75
Accession number
2000.51.1

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