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I just found this in an antique store, it's a Joseph Heinrich electric samovar, stamp reads: Jos Heinrich, Paris + New York, Pure Bronze , sterling Silver, 10, PAT APR 23, 1907, 110 V, 400 W. I haven't found much info on this electric samovar, let me know if you can help with any input. I don't even know what it's worth but I can tell you I only paid $2o for it.

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  1. ttomtucker ttomtucker, 3 years ago
    Joseph Heinrich of Manhattan N.Y. was issued a patent for a Coffee-Urn April 23 1907. the patent #189,197. I quote "My invention relates to coffee pots or urn of that kind which are used more especially in preparing a small quantity of beverage for immediate consumption say one, two or more cups of after dinner coffee".

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