Glenwood B Wood/Coal Antique Cook Stove
Sizes: 7-18, 8-18, 8-20, 9-20
Foor wood or coal.
The magic crate used in this stove is worthy of especial mention. In shape it is similar to other flat grates; in contrsuction entirely different, each bar being cast of separate and locked into place to complete the grate. If one of the bars should be burned out it can be renewed without throiwing out the whole grate, which must be done with others cast in one piece. The lever arrangement makes it easy to shake and very effective in cleaning out an old fire.
The nickel trimmings are each held firmly in place by patent spring catch which one finger will unsnap when they are to be taken off.
The broiler door is dropped down out of the way when broiling.
The shlef under the oven door, which rises to a level with the oven bottom when the door is open, is agreat convenience in basting meats and turning pies.
The nickel door handles on top of the doors are appreciated by all who use the stove.
The Glenwood patent oven indicator tells the degree of heat for all the different kinds of baking, and the indicator point registers the degree of the heat already in the oven. It is plain and simple to use. Two nickel towel rods make ample provision for drying dish towels.
The baking damper has a short rod which does not warp or stick and can be removed with ease.
The reservoir which may be attached to end ensures plenty of hot water for kitchen uses.
The warming closet above circulates warm air and keeps it at an even temperature without drying out foods.It alls look great and protects the kitchen wall.
The mantle shelf provides extra room while cooking and adds largely to the fine appearance of the range.