Coffee Collection of Jacob and Marianne Boot.
List of objects with short description.


100. Barrel roaster, sheet iron, long handle, on two supports. Used over an open fire, Netherlands 18th century.
101. Spherical roaster, sheet iron, with spirit burner. Germany 19th century.
102. Cylindrical gas roaster, oblong model. Abt. 1880.
103. Barrel roaster on four feet, charcoal. 1st half of 19th century.
104. Small spherical roaster with long handle. Sheet iron. Germany 18th century.
105. Cast iron pan roaster, 2nd half 19th century.
106. Very small pan roaster, sheet iron, Netherlands. Used in World War II.
107. Barrel gas roaster, sheet iron. Netherlands abt. 1880 (“Hennemann”).
108. Pan roaster, sheet iron, Netherlands, middle 19th century.
110. Spherical roaster, sheet iron with long handle in encasement. Netherlands end of 19th century.
180. Barrel roaster, sheet iron, on tray, heated with methylated spirit. 19th century.
182. Barrel roaster, sheet iron, with cover, used on a furnace. 19th century.
246. Barrel roaster on 4 legs with funnel, sheet iron. Plus a small iron bench on which the hot coals were placed. First half of 19th century.
247. Cast iron pan with two “ears”, a so-called “wadjan” in which coffee was and is still roasted in Indonesia. Netherlands 1925.
299. Spherical roaster in encasement with funnel. Long handle. Sheet iron. 19th century.

Total: 15 items


1. Table mill , blue, painted tin plate. France end 19th century.
2. Counter mill , “Peugeot” , cast iron, two wheels, with closed brass hopper, second half of 19th century. (without the cover).
3. Counter mill , oak with brass hopper and cast iron handle. Middle 19th century. Used in Dutch village shop (Staphorst) until 1972.
4. Lap mill, ”Pede”, wooden (fruit tree) with closed brass hopper. Abt. 1900.
5. Table mill , varnished wood with closed brass hopper. Belgium (Liege),second half 19th century.
6. Lap mill, wood (fruit tree), sunken , closed hopper. Austria first half 19th century.
8. Lap mill , brass, Austria/Hungary, beginning 20th century.
9. Lap mill, mahogany , curved body with sunken, closed hopper. Richly decorated handle (Monogram “M.R.”) Austria abt. 1880.
10. Lap mill, birch or apple, decorated with carvings. Brass, closed hopper and decorated handle. Austria second half 19th century.
11. Lap mill, brass, closed hopper. On handle: “Teresia 1904”. Austria.
12. Table mill (very heavy), brass, hexagonal. Austria second half 19th century.
13. Table mill, birch with open brass hopper. Constructed with wooden pegs in base. Netherlands 1850 – 1860.
14. Lap mill, round model, tin plate painted brown. Italy abt. 1930.
15. Table mill with long board. (so called “sit or squat mill”) oak with open brass hopper. Sheet iron handle. Southern Germany first half of 19th century.
16. Miniature lap mill, brass,richly decorated,Hungary abt. 1900.
17. Lap mill,brass,round, open hopper, Hungary beginning 20th century.
18. Lap mill,sheet iron, Netherlands beginning 19th century.
19. Counter mill, cast iron with brass hopper,second half 19th century.
20. Small lap mill (for children), deal,sheet iron closed hopper, first half 20th century.
21. Table mill, sheet iron (replica of mill before 1840). Austria abt. 1910.
22. Table mill, oak,closed brass hopper, Netherlands or Belgium abt. 1840.
23. Table mill, cast iron, round, very rare to-day. England abt. 1880.
24. Table mill, with 4 brass columns and closed brass hopper, glass panels.Unique model.Austria beginning 20th century.
25. Wall mill with porcelain hopper, Germany abt. 1930.
26. Wall mill with porcelain hopper, windmill décor.” Zassenhaus” abt. 1930.
28. Hand mill, bakelite.”Geska” Germany abt. 1930.
29. Army mill, sheet iron, round model with detachable filter, “Peugeot”.France abt. 1900. Manufactured for exercises and also used in World War I.
30. Miniature coffee mill, brass.
31. Lap mill, birch with metal closed hopper and metal cone-shaped drawer. “Ha Ha”, Germany abt. 1930.
32. Table mill, wood, with wooden board and drawer,sheet iron, open hopper. Netherlands or Germany 18th century.
33. Counter mill, walnut, with open walnut hopper. Italy 18th century.
34. Counter mill,very large, oak with big, closed brass hopper.Netherlands middle 19th century.
35. Counter mill, very large,oak, with open brass hopper and decorated with brass knobs on the four corners. “J. van Couteren, Brussels” . Belgium abt. 1850.
36. Counter mill, very large, wood (fruit tree) with large, closed brass hopper. Netherlands abt.1850.
37. Counter mill, cast iron with wooden drawer, cast iron hopper with brass lid. “Peugeot”, France abt. 1930.
38. Counter mill, deal ,with metal closed hopper. Austria second half of 19th century.
40. Counter mill. Two wheels. Cast iron with brass-colored , closed hopper. 19th century.
118. Table/wall mill, cast iron . “Beatrice”. Abt. 1920.
119. Lap mill, mahogany with open brass hopper. Netherlands 2nd half of 19th century.
120. Lap mill, birch, curved sides with conical nickel closed hopper.
121. Table mill, cast iron , with open brass hopper. England 2nd half of 19th century.
122. Portable army mill . The fluted steel mill fits into a metal box. Used by soldiers in the field and in World War I. Netherlands or Germany, beginning of 20th century. Total weight abt.6 lbs.
123. Wall mill, oak body. Beginning 20th century.
132. Table mill, wood with steel handle. USA 2nd half of 19th century. Sticker with faded text: “One pound coffeemill Challenge. Fastgrinder, steel alloy burrs man…? Ohio, USA.”
137. Table/wall mill, cast iron. Brazil abt. 1920. “Martino Feereira, Sao Paulo”.
139. Electric mill, cast iron, painted white. Germany abt. 1955, “AEG”.
140. Lap mill, deal, painted white, sunken hopper with wooden lid. Beginning of 20th century.
141 Hand / travel mill, white bakelite. Germany abt. 1930.”Pede Unique”.
142. Lap mill, beechwood (lacquered) with closed metal hopper.Half-round metal drawer. Germany abt. 1930 “Pede”.
151. Turkish mill, also used as travel mill, brass. Turkey second half 20th century.
176. Lap mill, beech, lacquered, with closed metal hopper. Germany abt. 1930. “KYM’.
183. Mortar and pestle, stone. France 18th century.
184. Mortar and pestle, wood, France 18th or beginning of 19th century.
185. Mortar and pestle, brass. Netherlands 19th century.
190. Table mill, electric. Netherlands abt. 1960. Special offer of Douwe Egberts.
199. Table mill with closed hopper, brass. Austria abt, 1900.
200. Wall mill with porcelain reservoir. Germany abt.1920. “PeDe”.
201. Small hand mill with closed hopper and metal tray. Germany abt. 1930. “KYM”
202. Table mill,electric. Germany abt. 1970 (?). “Siemens-Schuckert”.
203. Lap mill,beech wood with closed hopper (wooden lid). Germany abt. 1920. “Leimbrock’s Ideal”.
204. Wall mill, bakelite, white color. Germany abt. 1930. “PeDe”.
226. Lap mill, beech wood, with closed metal hopper.Germany abt. 1920. “Leimbrock’s Ideal”.
227. Wall mill, electric, Netherlands abt. 1970. “Philips”. Photo 42.PSD.
228. Wall mill, cast iron, Netherlands abt. 1970 , Special offer of Douwe Egberts Coffee Company.
248. Coffee mill, electric. France abt. 1957. “ Moulinex”.
249. Coffee mill, electric, Eastern-Germany, abt. 1960. “Pirouette Leipzig”.
288. Table mill, electric, Belgium abt. 1960.
289. Lap mill, beech wood, lacquered, with closed metal hopper. Provenance unknown. In front : picture of a rising sun topped by a crown.
290. Table mill, electric, with handle. Netherlands 1960-1970. Manufactured for Douwe Egberts Coffee Company.

Total: 69 items


41. Coffee machine (“steam fountain”), brass, with frame and glass dome lid. Can be tipped forward. Vienna (Austria) 19th century.
42. Coffee machine (“steam fountain”), nickel with frame and glass dome lid. Can be tipped forward.Vienna (Austria) 19th century.
43. Urn (drip system),with 2 large handles. Brittannia metal, England second half of 19th century.
44. Napier coffee machine, silver plated, England abt. 1870.
45. Urn, silver plate (drip system),with hidden spirit burner. England.Inscription with date: 30-04-1871.
46. Reversible drip coffee maker, brass, known as “Potsdam boiler” or “Russian Egg”.Paris abt. 1840.
47. Urn (drip system), brass with charcoal drawer. Handles with pendant rings , paw feet. Empire style. Netherlands beginning of 19th century.
48. Urn, pewter, three legged, pear shaped on brass brazier.
49. Urn (drip system) ,copper, conical shaped with charcoal drawer. Netherlands, 19th century.
50. Urn, composition metal (alloy of pewter and nickel), pear shaped on 3 curved legs. Whistle in the lid. Style “Art Deco”. Netherlands abt. 1920.
51. Urn, silver plate, (drip system), cylindrical model. Handles (lion heads)with pendant rings. England abt. 1860. Special feature: coffee is kept hot by a cylindrical stone which fits in the bottom.
52. Percolator, copper with central tube. England abt. 1880.
53. Coffee machine (“steam fountain”), brass ,with frame . Happy-looking fish on top of the lid. Vienna (Austria) abt. 1880.
55. Urn, (percolator), brass with a glass dome lid. (“W.M.F.”). Netherlands abt. 1930.
56. Large urn,(drip system), brass, used in café-restaurant. Heating with gas. On top tray for cups. Beginning of 20th century.
66. Drip pot, silver plated, to put on top of a coffee-cup, France abt. 1930.
85. Drip coffee pot, pewter with double filter, Netherlands abt. 1930, marked “Daalderop”.
87. Coffee pot, copper. Hand- soldered.Netherlands 2nd half 19th century.
89. Drip coffee pot, porcelain: white with gilt decorations. Germany abt. 1920.
90. Drip coffee pot, chromium-plated, with double filter. Germany abt. 1920. Marked: “Gerhard & Co.
92. Coffee pot, pewter, with wooden handle. Netherlands or England abt. 1880.
93. Coffee pot, pewter, with wooden handle, Germany abt. 1890.
95. Drip coffee pot, high model,enamel, Netherlands abt. 1930
96. Coffee pot, brass, Arabian style(beak). Turkey beginning of 20th century.
97. Coffeepot, brass, hand -soldered. Netherlands 2nd half of 19th century.
128. Coffee pot, brass. Netherlands abt. 1920.
133. Coffee pot, melitta system, earthenware, model “Diabolo”. Netherlands abt. 1960.Manufactured by the Driehoek Pottery, Huizen.
134. Coffee pot (drip system), separate filter on top, White and blue porcelain. Germany end 19th century. “Hutschenreuter nr.22”.
136. Small Coffee jug with long handle, for making Turkish coffee. Copper engraved with silver. Turkey abt. 1980. So-called “Ibrik”.
150. Pressure pot, electric, aluminum, marked” M.A.R.E. File Snider, Milano” Italy 1950.
165. Very large drip coffee pot, porcelain, dark brown. Luxemburg abt. 1920 (Villeroy & Boch). Largest size, marked “00”.
169. Espressopot, electric with outlet for 6 separate cups. Austria abt. 1935 (“Biro & Comp. Wien”).
170. Drip pot, silver plate, which sat on top of the cup . Netherlands (?) abt. 1930.
171. Drip pot, sheet iron. Netherlands 1920-1930.
172. Drip pot, porcelain, dark brown. Smallest size, marked:”7”. Luxemburg beginning 20th century (Villeroy & Boch).
173. Small drip pot, silver plate with double filter. Netherlands 1920-1930. Marked: “ Hotel Gooiland, Hilversum”. It was used in this hotel to serve the coffee.
174. Very large melitta filter, porcelain. Used in coffee house. Germany abt. 1950.
177. Percolator, electric, brass and glass with whistle. Hungary abt. 1935.
178. Percolator, electric, porcelain. England abt. 1930.
179. Drip pot, porcelain , Luxemburg 1950 – 1960/ Distributed by Dutch coffee roaster Douwe Egberts together with their coffee (on savings points).
181. Wooden stand with cloth filterbag and mug. Used in Costa Rica and sold in various sizes. Bought in C.R. in 1994.
207. Coffee urn,blue, enameled. Filter system. France 1920/1930.
219. Drip pot, metal,used on a stove. Marked: “ Jeka-Tie 1”. Origin unknown. Abt. 1950.
220. Four Melitta filters, earthenware, different sizes. Germany 1950-1970.
221. Coffee urn, high model, brass. Netherlands end of 19th century. Was used in a restaurant in the Eastern part of the Netherlands in the beginning of the 20th century.
222. Drip pot, earthenware, yellow. Luxemburg, Villeroy & Boch abt. 1955.
223. Coffee machine,electric,drip system. On the left side the water is heated in a glass container. On the right side a glass filter sits on a glass coffee pot, which is kept warm by an electric plate. Germany between 1950 and 1960. “A.E.G.”
233. Coffee machine, Cona system,glass parts, electric. England between 1950 and 1960.
234. Coffee machine, Cona system .Stainless steel body with glass globe on top. Netherlands abt. 1962. “Philips”.
236. Set of small drip pot, earthenware, which sits on earthenware cup. Color: red. Netherlands, abt. 1980. “Driehoek, Huizen”.
237. Coffee machine, percolator system, metal base and glass top. Electric. Germany abt. 1930. “Moccadur”.
238. Drip pot, earthenware with high filter. Logo:”Koffie Hag”. Netherlands 1946. On bottom: “Nederlands Octrooi nr. 31 110”.
239. Espresso pot, electric, with separate jug. Aluminum. Italy abt. 1950.
259. Three different espresso pots, of which one electric. Aluminum. Italy. Second half of 20th century.
291. Plunger pot,(Cafetiere), gold plated. Hot water is poured onto the ground coffee and the plunger is pushed down to separate the grounds from the liquor. France abt.1980.”Melior”.

Total: 55 items


57. Coffee-set for children, earthenware, 7 parts. Netherlands (?) abt. 1930.
58. Coffee-set ( small cups for after dinner), very thin porcelain, 5 parts. Belgium or France, 2nd half of 19th century.
59. Coffee-set , porcelain, small cups, richly decorated with Buddhist saints , gilded. Eight parts on large tray. Japan abt. 1930.
60. Coffee-set, porcelain, decorated with portraits of women. 5 parts on tray. France or Belgium 2nd half of 19th century.
61. Coffee-set, gilded porcelain, 8 parts, “Limoges”, France abt. 1850.
62. Coffee-set, iridescent porcelain, gilded handles and decorations, 8 parts,Jugendstil, abt. 1900.
73. Six small coffee cups , porcelain, richly decorated , gilded inside. Germany, mark:”Jaeger” 1872 (mentioned in Porcelainbook by Weiss). Photo displays only five cups.
74. Two small coffee cups, egg shell porcelain, Japan “Satsuma” abt. 1910.
75. Coffee cup porcelain, white/gold. With poem in Dutch about old age.
76. Coffee cup, porcelain with German inscription. (Silver Wedding) Germany, beginning 20th century.
77. Coffee cup, porcelain , gilt borders with French motto . France 1761-1763, marked “V”. Maker : N.F.Hewelcke (book “Porcelainmarks of the World” by Emanuel Poche Hamlyn.
78. Coffee cup, porcelain, with Dutch inscription. Netherlands, beginning of 20th century.
79. Four small coffee cups, porcelain, Germany middle of 19th century. Marked “Wallendorf” (Saxen) Special: deep saucer.In order to cool their coffee down,people used to pour their hot coffee in the saucer.
80. Coffee cup without handle, porcelain, richly decorated with gilt borders. Netherlands or Belgium beginning of 19th century, Empire style. Special: deep saucer.
81. Coffee cup, porcelain, richly decorated, gilt borders. Germany 1st half 19th century. Marked: “12 A” = “Alt Haldensleben”.
82. Coffee cup, porcelain, colorful decorations. Germany end 19th century.
83. Coffee cup, porcelain , elegant model with landscape painting, show-piece. France abt. 1840.
86. Coffee pot, porcelain with Dutch inscription (Silver Wedding) Netherlands abt. 1920.
88. Small coffee pot , earthenware with wooden handle. France abt. 1920.
91. Coffee pot, high model, dark brown earthenware. Netherlands abt. 1930. Marked”Regout”.
94. Coffee pot, porcelain: white with gilt borders. France abt. 1845.
98. Coffee pot, Brittannia metal on four small feet,lid decorated with acorn. Germany 2nd half of 19th century.
99. Coffee pot, Brittannia metal, bellyshaped,England end of 19th century.
125. Coffee cup,porcelain,blue enameled and gilded inside.Germany abt. 1938. Marked: ”Johann Haviland”.
126. Coffee cup, porcelain (white and blue). Netherlands, abt. 1880 marked: “Regout”.
127. Coffee pot, porcelain, gilded, spout in the form of dragon’s head. On both sides a French rebus. France 1795-1799.
129. Coffee pot, silver plate with lion on lid. Germany end of 19th century.
130. Coffee pot on four small feet,Brittannia metal with flower on lid. Germany end of 19th century.
131. Coffee pot , resting on a spirit-stove (very exceptional design), earthenware. Netherlands end 18th/beginning of 19th century. Called: “ luie baker” = “ lazy nurse”. Used by nurses who were “too lazy” to go all the way to the kitchen when taking care of just born babies.
143. Coffee set, 100% silver fixed on glass, 3 parts. Germany (Braunschweig) abt.1920.
144. Turkish coffee set , hammered brass and earthenware, 4 parts. Turkey abt. 1980.
145. Coffee cup, porcelain with inner “support” for moustache. Decorated with flowers and relevant German poem. Germany abt. 1890 .
146. Coffee cup, sterling silver,gilded inside. France abt. 1850. Silvermarks France and Netherlands.
147. Coffee cup, porcelain, decorated with romantic scene and gilt borders. Cup resting on 3 lions claws. Germany (Thuringer Manufactur) abt. 1850.
148. Large coffee pot, silver plate with wooden handle. Engraved with name “Eileen”. Engeland abt. 1910.
160. Four coffee mugs,. Porcelain decorated with flowers, leaves and berries of the coffee tree. Luxemburg abt. 1980 (Villeroy & Boch). Distributed by Dutch coffee roaster Douwe Egberts, the Netherlands together with their coffee. (on savings points)
164. Big coffee bowl, earthenware. France middle 20th century. Called “boule” and used for breakfast coffee in the countryside.
167. Small coffee cup, porcelain, octagenal. England abt. 1920 (Wedgwood).
175. Coffee cup, porcelain, decorated with roses. Gilt borders. Motto on cup: ”Wandelt op rozen (Dutch)= “Walk on roses” and on saucer:”En vergeet mij niet”(Dutch)= “And don’t forget me”. Belgium (Doornik) abt. 1845.
188. Two coffee-pots, porcelain, showing city-sights of Amsterdam. Netherlands abt. 1960. Special offer of Nutricia (Food company).
189. Coffee-pot, pewter, ribbed. Netherlands 18th century.
191. Coffee- and tea-set (10 parts), porcelain. Decorated with Italian landscapes and gilded borders. Belgium (Brussels) beginning of 19th century (Empire).
192. Coffee pot and two mugs, pink earthenware: “Coffee for two”. Made by well-known Dutch ceramist Daniel Levi in 1994 for the Delft coffee exposition. Very attractive design.
193a. Cup and saucer. Cup without handle. Porcelain. White and blue. China 19th century. Interesting item: Already in the 17th century porcelain was used as ballast in the Dutch ships when transporting tea from China. In the Dutch coffee-houses coffee was served in these cups in the second half of the 17th century. At that time the rest of Europe did not have cups and saucers. Only mugs from which people also drank beer. In 1709 the porcelain procedure was discovered in Meissen (Germany) and from Abt. 1719 on cups and saucers were manufactured and distributed in Europe.
193b. Cup and saucer. Cup without handle. Porcelain. White and blue, China 19th century. Exteriour of cup: dark brown color.
These cups were called in Dutch: “capucijner” (english: “capuchin” ) after the Italian monastic order “Cappuccino” of which the monks wear dark brown habits.
193c. Cup without saucer and handles. High model. Porcelain. White and blue. China 19th century. Used in the 17th/18th century for drinking cocoa.
194. Two coffee cups . Porcelain, with picture of antique clock. Netherlands . abt.1960. Special offer of Douwe Egberts Coffee Company.
195. Small coffee cup. Porcelain. White, decorated with roses.Gilded handle.England abt. 1900. “Ainsley”.
196. Coffee cup. Porcelain, white, gilded borders, handle and head of putto. On the cup the motto: “Pense a ton ami”. On the saucer initials of the Habsburg family. Austria (“Alt Wien” )abt. 1800. Very fine show-piece.
197. Espresso/cappucino cup. Porcelain, white. Reversible: (one side espresso cup and the other side cappucino cup) , Netherlands 1994. Very special design by well-known Dutch ceramist Erik-Jan Kwakkel, made especially for the 1994 Delft coffee exposition .
198. Espresso cup, porcelain, white. Netherlands 1994. Design by Dutch ceramist Frans Ottink, made especially for the 1994 Delft coffee exposition.
205. Bowl, earthenware, pink and white. Netherlands abt. 1960. “Regout”.
208. Coffee cup, porcelain, white with flowers. Germany 1933. Meissen (marked).
209. Small coffee cup,porcelain,white and orange with gilded handle. Czechoslovakia abt. 1930. “Phoenix”.
210. Coffee cup, porcelain. White and blue. Germany abt. 1990, “Hutschenreuther”. So-called “Pharisaer” (=”Pharisee”). This is actually the name of a coffee recipe: strong coffee with a dash of brandy and topped with whipped cream. The word “Pharisee” comes from the Bible, New Testament, Mattheus 15, 1-9, in which Jesus calls the Pharisees hypocrites. This recipe was invented in the beginning of the 20th century in the province of Nord-Friesland (Germany) The story is as follows: In the opinion of the minister of one of the fishermen villages in that area, the men were a little too fond of alcohol .Which opinion he regularly vented from the pulpit. One Sunday morning– after the christening of a baby- the minister was invited to the home of the parents to have a cup of coffee .In that village a cup of coffee meant: coffee with a dash of brandy. And this would certainly lead to terrible reproaches by the minister during the Christening party. On similar occasions he went around smelling all the cups. However: Coffee without brandy wasn’t coffee. And all the guests had to be happy. Then the host had a brainwave. He asked his wife to serve the coffee with brandy as usual but to put a layer of whipped cream on top. In this way the minister would not be able to smell the brandy in the cups of the other guests. However, unfortunately the cups were mixed up during the second serving and the minister got a cup with brandy in it. This caused him to call out: “ You Pharisees!”.
211. Two coffee mug,earthenware,decorated. Netherlands 1965. Sfinx, Maastricht. Manufactured exclusively for Coffee Roasting Company Neuteboom, Almelo.
212. Small Coffee cup, porcelain, in the form of a shell. Austria abt. 1880.
216. Coffee pot, porcelain, white with small flowers, decorative handle. Germany abt. 1930.
217. Small coffee pot and slop basin. White porcelain with logo : “Matagalpa Amsterdam”. Netherlands abt. 1930. Especially manufactured and used for tasting purposes by this coffee importing firm.
218. Three.small coffee pots with “O”shaped handle. White porcelain. Manufactured and used for tasting purposes.
224. Very small coffee pot (for one cup), silver plate with black bone handle. Belgium abt. 1920.
225. Coffee service, sterling silver. Four parts. Netherlands abt. 1930. 18th century style.
231. Set of coffee pot and hot water jug, silver plate. On top of the lids: a small wooden coffee bean. England abt. 1930.
241. Six coffee cups, stoneware, dark brown, high model. Netherlands abt. 1980. “Cor Unum”.
254. Coffee pot, silver plate with wooden handle. Art Deco. England abt. 1920.
255. Coffee pot, silver plated. Rococo style decorations. Lid decorated with a rose. England beginning of the 20th century.
256. Coffee pot, silver plate with wooden handle, lower part ribbed. England abt 1930.
258. Thirtyfour different coffee pots. Porcelain.
261. Porcelain tray with small porcelain ribbed coffeepot and 2 small ribbed (very thin) porcelain cups. White with gilt edges. France, Limoges abt.1975.
262. Small coffee cup, porcelain, white with flower decoration. Provenance unknown. First half of 20th century.
263. Small coffee cup, porcelain, white .In medallion: landscape painting. Germany abt. 1930. “Dresden K.A.M.L.A.”
264. Coffee cup (no saucer),porcelain, white with logo “D A F”. (This was an automobile factory in the Netherlands second half of the 20th century.
266. Coffee cup, earthenware, darkblue. Modern (winged) design. Provenance unknown. Bought in the U.S.A. in 1990.
284a. Coffee bowl, white porcelain. Luxemburg abt. 1980.”Royal Boch”
284b. Coffee bowl, white porcelain. Netherlands, abt. 1920. “Societe Ceramique Maastricht.”
293. Coffee pot, porcelain, decorated with antique clock. Netherlands abt. 1965. Manufactured for Douwe Egberts Coffee Company.

Total: 76 items


63. Cream jug in the form of a cow, silver,England, hall-marks London 1812.
64. Miniature urn on brazier, silver, Netherlands abt. 1960.(false silver hall-marks before 1820.
65. Six spoons, silver , England, hall-marks Sheffield 1925, crowned by small wooden coffeebeans.
67. Miniature coffeepot, brass with pull-out tape-measure.Netherlands abt. 1890.
69. Sample drawer (from bags of green coffee), iron with wooden handle. Netherlands abt. 1900.
70. Pair of tongs , iron, used for sugar-candy on farms. Netherlands 1st half of the 19th century.
71. Flask , sheet iron with brass screw-cap, used by farm laborers in the field. Netherlands abt. 1900.
72. Small tin with 50 grams (= 5 rations) instant coffee, especially manufactured for the Dutch army by Douwe Egberts (Sara Lee),Netherlands,middle 20th century.
84. Slop-basin, porcelain, earthenware, “Delftblue”, decorated with leaves from a coffee-tree. Especially manufactured for the son of a well-known Dutch coffee-broker on the occasion of his birth in 1904.
113. Wall container, hammered brass with glass front. Netherlands abt. 1930.
115. Four coffee tins, different sizes. Painted yellow with gold hoops. Netherlands 19th century.
116. A set of two identical jars , earthenware (for coffee and tea). Netherlands abt. 1920.
117. Coffee jar, porcelain, with inscription “Kaffee”. Czechoslowakia abt. 1920.
138. Wooden block containing 4 brass weights with verification stamps. Netherlands end of 19th century.
149. Coffee jar, sheet iron, Netherlands 19th century.
155. Coffee jar, enamel. France abt. 1930. “Café”.
156. Coffee scoop, sheet iron. Netherlands 19th century.
157. Small scoop for ground coffee, Chrome with wooden handle. Netherlands abt.1920.
158. Various (a.o. three antique ones, dated abt. 1880)”koffie-loodjes”= reversible measuring cups (one half and one “lood”) for one and two cups of coffee. Was widely used in the Netherlands, Germany and Austria. In Vienna, in 1857, the weight of one “Lot” was officially established at 16 2/3 grams . The enameled one belonged to a Geman lady called: Auguste Louise Anna Grossmann Grasnickel.
159. Tile , picturing coffee-salesman (original litograph by the French artist Pauquet). Hand-made by Martin and Maria Scharrenburg. Netherlands abt. 1978 .
186. Kettle, brass, in mahogany pail.Netherlands 19th century.
187. Plate, porcelain, portraying ladies drinking coffee. (in Germany this was called a “Kaffee-Kraenzchen”)=“Coffee-club”, very popular in the 18th/19th century in Europe when ladies were not allowed to visit coffee-houses). Netherlands abt. 1930. Gouda, factory “Goedewagen”.
206. Coffee measuring cup, aluminum. Cone-shaped model.
213. Canister with portrait of then Princess Juliana of the Netherlands and Prince Bernhard von Lippe Biesterfeld, manufactured on the occasion of their betrothal in 1936.
214. Canister with Art Deco decorations. Netherlands abt. 1920.
242. Scale, metal. England first half of 20th century. “Salter.
245. Weigh-beam, iron, 18th century.
260. Samovar, portable.Brass, open-worked body, with spirit-burner. Provenance: most probably Middle East. Abt. 1920.
265. Half coffee cup, earthenware, yellow/brown. With text: “ Je hebt een half kopje gevraagd” = “You have asked for half a cup”. Netherlands abt. 1985.
267. Five various coffee tins.First half of 20th century.
268. Four various coffee tins. Second half of 20th century.
269. Coffee jar, earthenware, unusual form, decorated with coffee objects and motto:”Instant coffee”. Spoon attached. Provenance unknown. Abt. 1980.
270. Five different coffee packagings. Second half 20th century.
271. Small tin and package of so-called “Pee” coffee. Pee was ground chicory and was used as a substitute for coffee in the 1930’s( economic recession in the Netherlands and Belgium). On the tin:”Gebr. De Beukelaer, Ossendrecht (=manufacturer). Brand: “Oud vrouwtje” = “old woman”.
272. Small tin with measuring spoon. Logo “Buisman”. Contained a.o. powdered glucose of which a small spoon was used in the ground coffee to give the coffee a darker color. Also an “invention” of the l930’s - during the economic recession- to save money.. However, this product was still widely used in the Netherlands until the 1980’s. For the factory it was a lucrative product as the glucose hardened in the tin after some weeks and could not be used anymore!
273. Package (yellow paper) of ground chicory, Belgium, brand “Pacha”. Two small empty bottles, which contained coffee extract and one larger, full bottle of coffee extract (“Mocca taste”). The trick was to pour a small quantity of this extract in a cup and fill it up with hot water. Netherlands abt. 1930.
274. Tile, used as table mat with coffee scene. Netherlands abt. 1964. Especially manufa ctured for Coffee Roaster Neuteboom, Almelo.
275a. Ashtray with the motto: “ A man should be like coffee. Hot, sweet and strong”.
275b. Two round tiles with antique coffee mills. Artists: Maria and Martin Scharrenburg. Netherlands abt. 1978.
276. Three tiles with various sayings about coffee. Netherlands second half of 20th century.
277. Sugar –tongs, gold plated. France, abt. 1980. “Chambly”.
278. Table lighter, bottom filled with roasted coffeebeans. Promotion article abt. 1980.
279. Miniature coffee urn, copper. Netherlands abt. 1970.
280. Table bell,used for calling people to have their cup of coffee around 10.30 in the morning. (the Netherlands).
282. Small round cardboard box containing green Robusta coffeebeans, used as teaching material in schools in the Netherlands. First half of 20th century.
283. Grammophone record (single): J.S.Bach: “Kaffee Kantate”. Abt. 1970.
286. Print from the painting of the interior of the first Vienna Coffeehouse opened by Kolschitsky in 1683.
287. Photograph of interior of large coffee warehouse in Rotterdam (Netherlands). McGregor Cory Cargo Services.
294. Two small sterling silver coffee spoons (so-called apostle spoons). Netherlands abt. 1890.
295. Sugar-tongs, silver. England first half of 20th century.
296. Apron with coffee motif. Cotton. 1995.
297. Scarf (ladies) with imprint of coffeebeans and “Coffee Board of Kenya”.Presented by the Board in Nairobi at the time of the Coffee tour in February 1987.
298. Pendant in the form of a gold plated (24 karats) Nicaragua maragoguipe coffeebean. Especially made for us in 1980.
300. Flat,round basket,Thailand, used to remove (by shaking) left-over husks from green beans.

Total: 55 items

Available for sale: 268 items.