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Jan
8:55 AM on April 4, 2017 
Brooksey says...
This is the A. Barrett & Sons 1960s version of this gas cooker, not a pre-WWII T & B model. The B & S mark of A. Barrett and Son can be seen quite clearly on the back of the cooker in the next photo. The missing door and plate rack would have been made from plastic, not metal, from the early 1960s. Production ceased in 1970.


Thanks Brooksey, thought they were all the same, I have the older one.
Brooksey
7:57 AM on April 4, 2017 
Jan says...
T & B Cooker.

This is the A. Barrett & Sons 1960s version of this gas cooker, not a pre-WWII T & B model. The B & S mark of A. Barrett and Son can be seen quite clearly on the back of the cooker in the next photo. The missing door and plate rack would have been made from plastic, not metal, from the early 1960s. Production ceased in 1970.
Rosemary
5:16 AM on April 4, 2017 
But seen better days.
Jan
4:04 AM on April 4, 2017 
T & B Cooker.

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