I picked up this Model S101A "Strip Clean" electric paint remover at a thrift store in Tweed, Ontario recently. It still heats up well, although I haven't had a chance to actually test it on a piece of old painted furniture.
Actually, it's not clear that Bernard Marks & Co. actually made this tool. Instead, they may have been a wholesaler. They had a wide variety of trademarks registered to them, including "Colony Sportswear," "Tray-Saver," "Magi Koter" paint roller, "Ad Pix," "Jet Fire" and "Berma" (the latter for acetylene torces, registered in 1965). They also offered a cheap camera under their name, which was also carried by the T. Eaton Company department store in Toronto under their "Teco" brand. In any event, they're gone today.