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Its A Westinghouse the unique stove seen here is a circa 1920 Westinghouse Automatic Electric Range... the box above the burners on the stove as well as the clock sitting atop it was part of the original equipment: a mechanical device which apparently allowed for the "modern convenience" of pre-setting a specified time for the oven to turn on and off. "The Westinghouse Electric Range will enable you to shop or play or rest when you please, with the comfortable certainty that you will never find your dinner scorched or dried out, and that the finest flavors will be retained. Results are not only certain, but uniformly good, since the range, because of exact heat regulation, will always duplicate its happiest previous effort. The Westinghouse Automatic Electric Range is doing this kind of cooking for thousands of women, in kitchens that stay cool, at a cost for current more reasonable than you might expect, and with considerable savings in food weight."
Tags: westinghouse  Electric  Range 
Added: 6th November 2008
Views: 2489
Posted By: Teresa
Posted by: donmac101 on 2008-11-06 
You know 'T'? If ever I get State side again and have the pleasure of meeting you, remind me never to walk past a thrift shop or second hand store when your there.
Posted by: Teresa on 2008-11-06 
lol . .come on, Donmac . . we could have a hoot!
Posted by: Sprucemoose on 2008-11-06 
My question is, what's that running from the loaf of bread into the bucket on the stovetop? It almost looks like a still.
Posted by: Cliffy on 2008-11-07 
I'm certain above the sink are exposed electrical wires!
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