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Hotpoint New Yorker Waffle Iron W/ Box 1930s

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Hotpoint New Yorker Waffle Iron W/ Box 1930s
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Hotpoint Edison New Yorker Waffle Iron W/ Cord & Box Circa 1930s Cat. No. 116Y177.

Tested and in working condition. Overall good condition. Includes cable and recipe book. Approx. dimensions: 4.5 in. H x 11.5 in. W. Weight: 6.7 lbs.

Brief history of Hotpoint: In 1903, Earl Richardson, a meter reader and plant superintendent for an electric power company in Ontario, California, developed a small, light-weight version of the heavy, cumbersome electric iron first patented in 1882. Richardson's invention was eventually named Hotpoint, after the heating elements that converged in the iron's tip, allowing it to be used to press around buttonholes and in and around ruffles and pleats on clothing and curtains.

Meanwhile, George A. Hughes, a 33-year-old former journalist from Iowa, was experimenting with the first electric range. The model was crude, with simple heating element wires set in clay bricks that burned out after only a few hours of use. After a few years of trial and error, Hughes created the electric range what would revolutionize the way we cook in our home kitchens.

In 1918, Richardson and Hughes joined forces, merging their companies with the General Electric Company, and creating the Hotpoint brand of appliances.

Source: www.Hotpoint.com

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All items are sold AS-IS. Please examine photos carefully and request additional photos if needed. Winning bidders are responsible for all costs to ship their items. All merchandise purchased must be paid for within three (3) days of the winning bid. We will send your invoice within 24 hours of the auction ending. Please check your spam email box if you do not see it. Hughes will send a second invoice with shipping, handling and insurance fees within five business days of the auction. Please pay the first invoice when you receive it and then pay the amount due for shipping when you receive the second invoice. Most items will be shipped by our in-house shipping team via FedEx Ground, USPS or UPS.


Local pick up at 8059 Foothill Blvd, Sunland, CA 91040 will be available Wednesday November 17, 2021 from 10am to 2pm. We will ship all items not picked up at this time.


We accept credit card, PayPal and wire transfers for payment. Please call office at 626-791-9600 or pay online. PayPal payments can be made to info@hughesauctions.com. There is a 3% convenience fee on all credit card and PayPal payments and a $15 wire transfer fee.

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Hotpoint New Yorker Waffle Iron W/ Box 1930s

Estimate $50 - $100
Nov 14, 2021
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Description
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Hotpoint Edison New Yorker Waffle Iron W/ Cord & Box Circa 1930s Cat. No. 116Y177.

Tested and in working condition. Overall good condition. Includes cable and recipe book. Approx. dimensions: 4.5 in. H x 11.5 in. W. Weight: 6.7 lbs.

Brief history of Hotpoint: In 1903, Earl Richardson, a meter reader and plant superintendent for an electric power company in Ontario, California, developed a small, light-weight version of the heavy, cumbersome electric iron first patented in 1882. Richardson's invention was eventually named Hotpoint, after the heating elements that converged in the iron's tip, allowing it to be used to press around buttonholes and in and around ruffles and pleats on clothing and curtains.

Meanwhile, George A. Hughes, a 33-year-old former journalist from Iowa, was experimenting with the first electric range. The model was crude, with simple heating element wires set in clay bricks that burned out after only a few hours of use. After a few years of trial and error, Hughes created the electric range what would revolutionize the way we cook in our home kitchens.

In 1918, Richardson and Hughes joined forces, merging their companies with the General Electric Company, and creating the Hotpoint brand of appliances.

Source: www.Hotpoint.com

Condition
...
<p>All items are sold AS-IS. Please examine photos carefully and request additional photos if needed. Winning bidders are responsible for all costs to ship their items. All merchandise purchased must be paid for within three (3) days of the winning bid. We will send your invoice within 24 hours of the auction ending. Please check your spam email box if you do not see it. Hughes will send a second invoice with shipping, handling and insurance fees within five business days of the auction. Please pay the first invoice when you receive it and then pay the amount due for shipping when you receive the second invoice. Most items will be shipped by our in-house shipping team via FedEx Ground, USPS or UPS.</p><br/><p>Local pick up at 8059 Foothill Blvd, Sunland, CA 91040 will be available Wednesday November 17, 2021 from 10am to 2pm. We will ship all items not picked up at this time.</p><br/><p>We accept credit card, PayPal and wire transfers for payment. Please call office at 626-791-9600 or pay online. PayPal payments can be made to info@hughesauctions.com. There is a 3% convenience fee on all credit card and PayPal payments and a $15 wire transfer fee.</p>

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