Exhibits: Literature; graphic arts and paintings; porcelain; silver.
Library: Approximately 3000 titles including original research literature, manuscripts and first editions. Travel journals and botanical essays. Medical studies. Philosophical tracts.
Graphic Arts and Paintings: Rich selection of paintings, prints, drawings and original engravings showing how coffee created new patterns of social life.
Porcelain: The close connection between the history of European porcelain and coffee is exhibited showing how the newly fashionable drink caused the creation of original vessels made from this precious material.
Opening hours: Friday 3pm - 6pm; Saturday 10 am to 4 pm
For inquiries, appointments for guided tours or for using the library, please contact: Jacobs Suchard Museum, collection on the cultural history of coffee, Seefeldquai 17, PO Box 147, CH-8034 Zurich. Phone: (01) 385 12 83
17th and 18th Century Coffee Houses
Old cafe prints
Soho coffee bars of the 1950's
Silver and ceramics
Telephone: 0171 378 0222 Fax: 0171 378 0219
Open 7 days a week, 10 - 6
Mainly coffee equipment - old grinders, roasters and porcelains.
Geels & Co, Warmoesstraat 67, 1012 HX, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Tel: 020 - 6 24 06 83 Fax: 020 6 22 72 76