This is a Little Orphan Annie and Sandy steel stove from the 1930s. It is steel and painted cream and green - like many of the regular kitchen items from that time. There is a tin litho plaque attached to the back center. It shows Annie holding a cake with Sandy looking on!!. There are also 2 hooks on either side of this plaque to hang utensils. The stove measures 8" wide x 7-1/4" tall x 4-1/8" deep. There were several different types of stoves done with Little Orphan Annie. This one has three doors that are pressed into the steel. It has 2 "burners" on the top. This particular style stove was never electrified.
This stove is in nice condition. It was played with - so there are a couple scuffs and chips to the paint. There is no rust or repairs to the stove.