Patent Model - Mode of Applying Heat to Cooking-Stoves

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Jonathan Hathaway, Patentee
Production date
Dec 07 1837
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2 x 6 x 5 1/2" (5.1 x 15.2 x 14cm)
The advantages of Hathaway's patent "are that a great quantity of baking, roasting, &c. may be done in a stove occupying a comparatively small space, that the ovens may be more or less heated without agumenting or diminishing the quantity of fire; that when heated to the required temperature, the heat may be for a long time retained in the flues, rendering only a small quantity of fuel necessary for heating a room and doing the cooking." (Patent Number 505)
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