GEC 'Magnet' electric storage cooker, model DC86, c 1934.
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Designed to run continuously at 450 watts. Fully enamelled with heavily insulated oven and cast-metal hotplate. Intended for use in rural areas. Made by the General Electric Co, between 1930 and 1935. Inscription on oven door: Magnet/MADE IN ENGLAND/A GEC Product. Three quarter view, with oven door and hotplate lid open.