INDIAN WAR ERA POCKET STOVE, PATENTED 1872-1883

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Item Code: 172-4578

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Tin case with folding handles also functions as a boiler and drinking cup. Lid has ring and lifts off to reveal a gridiron stove.  Label reads, “MULTUM IN PARVO / POCKET COOK STOVE / HOUCHIN’S PATENT / TRADE MARK REGISTERED MAY 18, ’75. PATENTED SEPT. 17, ’72, MAY 4, ’75, JULY 27, ’75, JAN. 29, ’78, AND MAR. 20, ’83”. Stove was fueled by alcohol.

Measures 4” in diameter.  Case and base of stove show light surface rust.  [sl]

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