Northwestern 33 Jr.

Northwestern Corp. 1933

I am surprised that any company would make a machine as tall and skinny as the Northwestern 33 Jr. but many did. I just think that it is asking to be knocked over or off of the counter. It's a good thing that it has mounting holes in the back of the base. With that said, I think this is a very neat little machine. I like the octagon shape that flows all the way from bottom to top. Just like the 33 peanut these came in several colors of either porcelain or paint. The mechanism on this machine is almost identical to the 33 peanut. In fact some of the parts are interchangeable.

The market value of these has jumped quite a bit in the last few years. I'm not sure why but is probably because less come out for sale and no one wants to let theirs go, a simple supply and demand.

This is 100% original but as you can see the globe is severely cracked.