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Rare Patented Machine Age Thermos Design by Henry Dreyfuss

US$1,60021% Off


Difficult to source example of Model # 370 with original four multicolor catalin cups, original enamel, original glass liner and cork stopper. 1937 patented Dreyfuss design for American Thermos. In permanent collection Metropolitan Museum of Art, re-painted and without multicolor cups. All original body in fair condition, as pictured. Three inner cups minty.


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