Much like sewing machines, irons started out big and heavy. This one measures a hefty 11 inches long.
I bought this at a Goodwill store. It’s called a Steam-O-Matic, a Titeflex Product, manufactured by the Waverly Tool Company of Sandusky, Ohio.
It’s electrical cord is in great shape for its age, leading me to believe that it wasn’t used much.
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