Patent Model - Improvement in Heat-Radiators

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William Choate, Patentee
Production date
Nov 17 1868
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Tin, brass
3 x 5 1/2 x 2 1/2" (7.6 x 14 x 6.4cm)
Choate's invention "relates to a new and useful improvement in radiators for heat, to be attached to stoves, and used in all situations where they may serve the purposes for which they are intended. And the invention consists in the combination, with a radiator of serpentine form, of the method of placing the flanges on the end-plates, and in depressing the flue of the radiator after the curves or turns, so as to form a series of diving-flues." (Patent Number 84,089)
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