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Question Grinder ID

My son got a grinder the other day, it is marked The J.H. Company. Anyone heard of it? It is a Burr mill, having a right angle drive under the grinding section.
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Default Re: Grinder ID

I have seen many grinders that were sold under different names than the manufacturer. I know C.S. Bell grinders were sold under at least a half dozen names other than their own. A picture might help, but I don't recognize the name. Steve Barr or Chuck H might be able to help. I've got some papers tucked away somewhere that I can also check for that name as well.
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