A hand coffee grinder is also known as a Turkish coffee grinder, and it is an important part of the ritual of making coffee. Turkish coffee was invented in the Ottoman era, and it is safe to guess that the hand coffee grinder would be invented at the time as well. The coffee grinder consists of a reservoir into which the coffee beans are poured. A handle-driven mill grinds the coffee beans for you, and the grinds fall into the drawer below.
Kitchen supply store
A kitchen supply store will have hand coffee grinders in stock. Stores like Heals have a coffee mill in black that is less that 30 pounds as of 19.08.2011. Kitchenware, which is an online retailer, also sells coffee mills. The selection may not be great, but the hand coffee grinders will work well, and can be adjusted, whether the power is on or not. Even Amazon sells hand coffee mills as well.
Stores that cater to everything regarding coffee will be another place where you can find a hand coffee grinder. Sweet Marias has more than one kind of grinders for coffee that allows you to buy the one that you like. There, you will find a selection of traditional grinders as well as more modern ones. Grinder mills look very similar to tall pepper mills, and can be cheaper than electric grinders. Zassenhaus hand coffee mill is the source of the small GSI Lexan JavaGrind, a travel coffee mill.
Antique stores and auctions
Antique stores and auctions are a good source for older or just used hand coffee mills. These mills will be in various conditions and will vary in price. Inspect the grinder carefully if you are able to see it in person, else ask a lot of questions. Ebay has more than one hand coffee mills on its site that include replica, antique and more modern hand coffee mills. Orphan Espresso is also a source for hand coffee mills that are both old and restored. This can also be a source for hand coffee mill parts if you have found a mill that is missing some parts or have one that needs some help.