1. Stove, U. S. Patent 2,566, April 16, 1842, Salvin F. Kellogg, Norwalk, Ohio.
The invention is a stove having an air-heating chamber designed to separate smoke from the heated air. This stove was manufactured, licensed, and used.
The 7" x 3" x 5" model is made of painted metal with fine detailed metal work.
Although this is the oldest model in the collection, it is in perfect condition. The original Patent Office tag is included in the display.