By popular request after I mentioned it in passing in a blog post a while back, Mr. Jefferies and his rubber chicken would like to present David's juicer collection, which was increased by one on my trip to Nova Scotia.
The one I got him in Nova Scotia is No. 2 from the left, 2nd row from the bottom of the photo. It was the most expensive one ($24CDN; the guy took $20) in the shop we visited, and it is different from all the others I've seen, in that the side design is concentric circles going up the side. Quite pretty. These are working juicers, I guess you'd say, which makes this collection unique from all our other collections which just sit around and collect dust are on display. They are in my regular cupboards, and when I juice lemons, which is quite often, I just grab one of these and use it, and either rinse it or throw it in the dishwasher. They're not babied in any way, or put on display. This is largely due to the fact that I can't figure out how to display them.
What compels a man to collect such a thing as vintage citrus juicers, you ask? It's a mystery I have yet to solve.