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Date: 23 Oct 2006 05:45:49
From: dcrehr
Subject: Cafeteira Brasileira
Friends-

If you'd like, take a look at this photo of a Cafeteira Brasileira.

Interesting auto-drip maker that I believe dates from the 1930s.

Posted on my Yahoo photo site"

http://new.photos.yahoo.com/dcrehr/album/576460762329856990/photo/294928803425257462/0

I think anybody should be able to see it by using the above URL.

Cheers,

DR

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Date: 25 Oct 2006 17:15:09
From: dcrehr
Subject: Re: Cafeteira Brasileira
Steel with tin plating, as far as I can tell. A basic tin can. Most
of the plating is gone.

DR


Steve Ackman wrote:

> Cool. What's that made of? Galvanized steel?
>



 
Date: 24 Oct 2006 13:31:12
From: Steve Ackman
Subject: Re: Cafeteira Brasileira
In <1161607549.264689.21810@b28g2000cwb.googlegroups.com >, on 23 Oct 2006
05:45:49 -0700, dcrehr wrote:
> Friends-
>
> If you'd like, take a look at this photo of a Cafeteira Brasileira.
>
> Interesting auto-drip maker that I believe dates from the 1930s.

Cool. What's that made of? Galvanized steel?
I think it'd have even more wow factor had it been
done in copper.

> Posted on my Yahoo photo site"
>
> http://new.photos.yahoo.com/dcrehr/album/576460762329856990/photo/294928803425257462/0
>
> I think anybody should be able to see it by using the above URL.

Yup, even in links.