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Katbeelee These are the smallest Queen stove that is not a pencil sharpener. Two burner http://www.ebay.com/itm/QUEEN-CHILDS-CAST-IRON-TOY-WOOD-STOVE-1930s-/371312943701?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=...
katbeelee The Queen stove that you have sounds like it is a small one and not the larger. Is it nickel plated? If not it was probably made post late 40's in Japan and not in Taiwan in the mid 60's. T...
This is true. I have been pointing out that the Philips screws were used after the mid 60' on both the Queens and the Crescents made in Taiwan , Hong Kong, then China. The last ones made with flat hea...
The screws put it as in the 1950's to mid 60's. It should say Japan on it. After that they were made in Taiwan until the late 80's then in China right up untill today.(Amazon). These are never a sal...
Originally circa 1900. That one looks like the 23" tall model. Originals had nickel parts on them. These were re-released in the post WWII mid 1900's and lacked details. Also there was a larger varia...
I'm glad that nobody has called it a Salesman Sample since these were both used as a toy and for ironing by both the young and the old. These were used for ruffles collars or doll clothing. I'm glad...
These were made by both Ideal and Kenton about 1899 . Some were copper clad. No. It is not a Salesman sample. It is a Toy. Price is about $300 to $500. You will find it listed in the "Cast Iron Toy ...