Toy stove:Eagle

Hubley Manufacturing Co.ca. 1928

The Strong National Museum of Play

The Strong National Museum of Play
Rochester , United States

The Hubley Manufacturing Company of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, ranked among the most productive cast-iron toy manufacturers in the United States in the early 20th century. Though Arcade Manufacturing Company rivaled Hubley in overall production, Hubley surpassed Arcade in cast-iron toy stove production. Hubley's "Eagle" line of toy ranges offered more sizes and types of stoves than any other line on the market at the time. This nickel-plated "Eagle" range has four burners, a detachable hearth shelf, and a cast-iron saucepan.


  • Title: Toy stove:Eagle
  • Creator: Hubley Manufacturing Co.
  • Date Created: ca. 1928
  • Location: Lancaster, PA
  • Subject Keywords: foodways, housekeeping
  • Type: Housekeeping Toys
  • Medium: tin, cast iron, nickel-plate, paint, sheet metal
  • Object ID: 79.6507

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