Category:Märklin Kitchen

From The Brighton Toy and Model Index
1936: Low-profile "hotplate" cooker, Märklin El 9602/4

1936: Low-profile "hotplate" cooker, Märklin El 9602/4 [image info]

1936: Top-of the range spirit-fired stove 9715 St/5W

1936: Top-of the range spirit-fired stove 9715 St/5W [image info]

1936: Top-of the range electric cooking stove El 9673/3

1936: Top-of the range electric cooking stove El 9673/3 [image info]

1939: El 9629/3, Märklin's premium electric stove by the end of the 1930s, including a glass oven door, power indicator light, and power lights for the individual hotplates

1939: El 9629/3, Märklin's premium electric stove by the end of the 1930s, including a glass oven door, power indicator light, and power lights for the individual hotplates [image info]

Even after they became better-known for their model railways, the German toymaker Märklin stayed true to their roots by continuing to make working toy cookers, right up until 1939. The 1936 catalogue shows an even mix of spirit-fired and electric ovens: by 1939, the range was all-electric.

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