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K673 'New Century Eureka' No.607 gas stove, cast iron, made by John Wright & Co, Essex Works, Aston, Birmingham, England, c. 1910. Click to enlarge.

The New Century Eureka 607 stove

Made
'New Century Eureka' No.607 gas stove, cast iron, made by John Wright & Co, Essex Works, Aston, Birmingham, England, c. 1910

Summary

Object No.

K673

Object Statement

'New Century Eureka' No.607 gas stove, cast iron, made by John Wright & Co, Essex Works, Aston, Birmingham, England, c. 1910

Physical Description

'New Century Eureka' No.607 gas stove, cast iron, made by John Wright & Co, Essex Works, Aston, Birmingham, England, c. 1910

Dimensions

Height

830 mm

Width

760 mm

Depth

550 mm

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Helen Barnes, 1982

Acquisition Date

24 August 1982

Cite this Object

Harvard

The New Century Eureka 607 stove 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 7 March 2021, <https://ma.as/263205>

Wikipedia

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This object is currently on display in Social History at the Museums Discovery Centre.

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