Universal Stewardess Steam Iron Model 1675 by Landers, Frary and Clark
This is a terrific vintage electric iron, from the early 1950s and it has the cross collectability of being an airline collectible with the airline Stewardess connection as well as a vintage electric iron.
This wonderful vintage iron has a suitcase like carrying case with a metal handle, which shows wear on the front side.
The iron has a black handle that folds down, still has its lined tartan
carry bag and electrical cord. It doesn't looks like this vintage Stewardess travel iron has been used much at all.
According to a vintage ad I saw for this iron, you can iron for 30 minutes with one fill of water or use it as a dry iron. there is a black knob for temperature control.
Made in New Britain Connecticut by Landers, Frary & Clark.
Clothes iron still works; cord is in great shape. Someone has put a few pieces of tape on the front of the suitcase like
storage box but the backside still is in good condition and has the same graphics and text as the front so you can display the backside. The little metal carrying handle is still in place.