Hubley Manufacturing Company was founded by John E. Hubley, a bank teller who began making toys for his children in the basement of his Philadelphia home. The company was ranked among the most productive cast-iron toy manufacturers in the United States in the early 20th century. Some Hubley toys featured the brand names of American companies: Ford cars and trucks, Harley-Davidson motorcycles, Maytag washers, and this Eagle stove.

The Hubley line of Eagle toy stoves offered more sizes and types of ranges than any other line on the market at the time. T/m’s version has an ornate backpiece, warming oven, detachable shelf, six burners, and a key to help lift the burner covers. Let’s get cookin’!