Coal Stove, U. S. Patent 41,430, February 2, 1864, William H. Goewey, Albany, N.Y.
This invention is an arrangement, in a vertical base-burning stove, of cylinders, a diaphragm, and pipes to separate heated air from smoke.
The 7" x 3" model is made of gold and silver colored metal. It is well made and in excellent condition. Two original Patent Office tags remain.