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b512
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Drip: Presto,KMB
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Posted Tue May 10, 2005, 4:37pm
Subject: "New" Cory vacpot
 

Just got a 4-8 cup Cory through Ebay. In box and seems unused. The gasket is in perfect condition as is the whole pot. It's gorgeous and I'm delighted. However,my curiosity is aroused It seems to be a wide gasket model (twice the width of my Yama) The model # is DKG-S. If it is a widemouth,can any historian out there tell me the reason for a wide gasket,the pros and cons,as well as the approximate mfg. date?

                                                    Many tnx,
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b512
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Espresso: Bialetti
Grinder: Capresso Infinity
Vac Pot: Yama,Cory
Drip: Presto,KMB
Roaster: None
Posted Tue May 10, 2005, 5:55pm
Subject: Re: "New" Cory vacpot
 

b512 Said:

Just got a 4-8 cup Cory through Ebay. In box and seems unused. The gasket is in perfect condition as is the whole pot. It's gorgeous and I'm delighted. However,my curiosity is aroused It seems to be a wide gasket model (twice the width of my Yama) The model # is DKG-S. If it is a widemouth,can any historian out there tell me the reason for a wide gasket,the pros and cons,as well as the approximate mfg. date?
        Now that I think about it,it seems to me that the widemouth might be for easier cleaning of the caraffe. My other questions stand,if anyonne can answer them.
 

                                                    Many tnx,
                                                       Barry

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Posted Tue May 10, 2005, 5:59pm
Subject: Re: "New" Cory vacpot
 

Great pot Barry!, I have one too. Here's a pic: http://baharris.org/coffee/Vintage/CoryDKG-S.JPG

Lots of info here: http://baharris.org/coffee/VacuumCoffeePots.htm

 
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Drip: Presto,KMB
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Posted Tue May 10, 2005, 6:13pm
Subject: Re: "New" Cory vacpot
 

CraigA Said:

Great pot Barry!, I have one too. Here's a pic: http://baharris.org/coffee/Vintage/CoryDKG-S.JPG

Lots of info here: http://baharris.org/coffee/VacuumCoffeePots.htm

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Thanks Craig--that's the one--pretty isn't it? Do you by any chance know the answers to my questions? I realize,they're pretty esoteric.
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Posted Tue May 10, 2005, 6:26pm
Subject: Re: "New" Cory vacpot
 

b512 Said:

Thanks Craig--that's the one--pretty isn't it?

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Yes, it's a simple but gorgeous vac pot! {:-D

Do you by any chance know the answers to my questions? I realize,they're pretty esoteric.

Sorry Barry, I don't. I haven't Googled the answers, but I've read on alt.coffee that Alties have sent Brian Harris an email & he will respond back to you with any answers to vac pot questions!
I think I've read that Cory went out of business in the early 60's. I believe they were produced from the 40's - early 60's, that's not much help. Silex's were from I believe the early 20's!

 
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Drip: Presto,KMB
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Posted Tue May 10, 2005, 6:26pm
Subject: Re: "New" Cory vacpot
 

b512 Said:

Thanks Craig--that's the one--pretty isn't it? Do you by any chance know the answers to my questions? I realize,they're pretty esoteric.

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 Oh,by the way,I note from your photo,the model # is apparently DKG-5 rather than DKG-S,as I read it.
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Posted Tue May 10, 2005, 6:33pm
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It's hard to tell, looks like an "S" on the box..?

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Drip: Presto,KMB
Roaster: None
Posted Tue May 10, 2005, 6:35pm
Subject: Re: "New" Cory vacpot
 

CraigA Said:

Yes, it's a simple but gorgeous vac pot! {:-D



Sorry Barry, I don't. I think I've read that Cory went out of business in the early 60's. I think they were produced from the 40's - early 60's, that's not much help. Silex's were from I believe from the early 20's!

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  Actually Craig,that does help a good deal. I didn't know those dates.
For me at least,it's a thrill to reach into the past that way.
  Thanks for your kind response.
                                                 All the best,
                                                  Barry
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Drip: Behmor BraZen, BUNN VPR-APS,...
Roaster: Refurb Behmor 1600, BBQ...
Posted Tue May 10, 2005, 6:38pm
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Anytime Barry! {;-)

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Drip: Behmor BraZen, BUNN VPR-APS,...
Roaster: Refurb Behmor 1600, BBQ...
Posted Tue May 10, 2005, 6:48pm
Subject: Re: "New" Cory vacpot
 

One of my vac pots, a Jewel Tea Silex Victory with a slightly different handle. Here's a pic of it on Brian Harris's excellent vacuum pot site: http://baharris.org/coffee/Vintage/JewelTeaSilexVictory.JPG

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