Hankscraft model 673 "Automatic Junior" baby bottle warmer

Hankscraft model 673 "Automatic Junior" baby bottle warmer

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Description (Brief)
Hankscraft model 673 "Automatic Junior" baby bottle warmer. Unit has a heating element in the base. The user sets a glass baby bottle in the holder to warm the contents. Ceramic housing with a cloth-insulated 2-conductor cord. The inventor was Marshall W. Hanks of Madison, Wisconsin.
Currently not on view
Object Name
electric kitchen appliance
date made
ca 1934
Hankscraft Company
overall: 9 cm x 9.2 cm; 3 9/16 in x 3 5/8 in
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Credit Line
from Bernard S. Finn
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National Museum of American History
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