Set of bourbon whiskey liquor bottles that McCormick distillery introduced in 1869, when the Pacific Railroad was first completed. Dubbed the Iron Horse "Jupiter 60" the collectors bottle was the most authentic representation of its kind.
The "New Perfection" oil cook stove was mass produced in Canada, 1918. They were marketed for their efficiency, in fact, they were said to compete with the top end gas stoves but for a kerosene cost! These stoves were utilized to help save valuable resources like coal that were needed during the war.