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Collecting citrus juicers squeezers reamers

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A reference site for collectors owned and managed by Alan Lacrosse

Collectors reference site with photos. All items owned by Alan Lacrosse. Juicers are made of depression glass (uranium [vaseline], amber, pink, clear, flint, milk, jadeite,...), china (porcelain, Made in Japan, ...), wood, plastic (bakelite, ...), metal (EPNS, silver, cast iron, stainless steel, aluminium, ...). Juicers can be functional, novelty or both.

This site is a reference site for the collecting of citrus juicers. Citrus juicers are also called reamers or squeezers. Citrus juicers are used for juicing grapefruit, lemons, limes and oranges. The collection includes grapefruit juicers, lemon juicers, lime juicers, orange juicers, grapefruit reamers, lemon reamers, lime reamers, orange reamers, grapefruit squeezers, lemon squeezers, lime squeezers, orange squeezers, citrus juicers, citrus reamers and citrus squeezers.

You can search for old juicers, vintage juicers, collectable juicers, retro juicers, antique juicers, etc. You can search for old squeezers, vintage squeezers, collectable squeezers, retro squeezers, antique squeezers, etc. You can search for old reamers, vintage reamers, collectable reamers, retro reamers, antique reamers, etc.

Current page update January 10, 2021