Patent Model - Improvement in Steam Cooking Apparatus

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Carl Winkler, Patentee
George Fisher, Assignee
Carl Winkler, Assignee
Production date
Feb 22 1876
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Copper, brass
5 x 5 1/2" (12.7 x 14cm)
Winkler's patent is "designed with a view to cook different kinds of articles by the direct or indirect application of steam." The "perforated vessel is used in the lower vessel chiefly for steaming meats and saving the juices and nutriment. Single and double walled imperforate vessels are used for using vegetables, soups, and all kinds of farinaceous food, as well as for frying and roasting meats, baking bread and roasting coffee." (Patent Number 174,048)
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