Made by the Wehrle Co., Newark, Ohio, this hefty cottage stove stands 56" high, with a 20" x 9" firebox. Rocking grate for coal or wood. Two stove lids on top and lever to focus heat to top and bottom for cooking and heating. Great functionality and pretty, too.

This antique stove:  $3950.00

By Quincy Stove Co. circa 1910, this large size double heater oak stove stands 60" tall with an 16" firepot for  coal or wood. 14 big  mica windows, and wings to reflect the glow. Great stove.

This antique stove: Sold!  $3850.


This is a hot blast stove made by Great Western Stove Co. of Denver, Omaha, Leavenworth.  57" tall, 14" hot blast firepot, 6 large mica windows and beautiful nickel trim and finial. Perfect!
This antique stove:
 $3250.00 

Acme Surprise detail

Penn Ruby door detail

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Patria No. 17

Round Oak H51

Great Western 714a

Oakleaf No. 25 parlor stove

Hub Oak No. 218

Made by Southern Co-op Foundry, Rome, GA, this antique pot belly style stove stands 37" high with a 20"  footprint and a 17" firepot. A classic medium size pot belly with a large size firepot. Awesome heater.

This antique stove: $1250.00


Dixie No.17 pot belly

This  resplendent Round Oak heater was made by Estate of P.D. Beckwith, of Dowagiac, Michigan, 1910. It stands 58" high, with a 16" firepot, for use with wood. Very beautiful nickel on this stove with the wave design in the skirt, and the illustrious nameplate and leg covers. What a wonderful stove!
This stove:
Sold! $2550.


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Made by Smith Anthony Co., Boston, this extra heavy large size oak stove stands 62 1/2" high with an 18" firepot for wood or coal. Solid cast iron main door with writing and patterning, gives a furnace-door look.

This antique stove:  $3950.00

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By Rathbone, Sard & Co. , circa 1900, the Acorn Oak has 6 mica windows, ornate nickel, and a beautiful brass acorn finial. !6" firepot, and 61" high. Gorgeous!

This stove: Sold!  $3650.00


A New York stove, with 14 ceramic tiles of a daisy design, and 6 doors with mica windows, (80 in all), the Patria is a very unique and beautiful stove, with lots of daisy and leaf patterning all around. Designed for use with coal, the stove stands 46" high, with a 22" base, and three sided view of the fire glow. Circa 1900.

This antique stove: $3750.00


Made  in 1851 by Warnick and Leibrandt of Philadelphia, PA, this stately wood parlor stove is 26" high,with an 18" firebox. Highly decorative with patriotic wreath and shield patterning and columns. Beautiful and rare.

This antique stove: $2200.00

Made by Estate of P.D Beckwith of Dowagiac, Mich., this extra large baseheater is a premium antique stove. It stands 74" high, with a 29" footprint, and 17" firepot. Patented 1907, the Round Oak H51 has three sides of mica windows and doors, and its original Indian head finial. Quite an amazing stove!

This antique baseburner:  $8200.00


Acme Surprise No. 23

Made by Mt. Penn Stove Works of  Reading, PA, this 1899 double-heater oak stove stands 64" high, with a firepot that is 13" across and 16" deep. Four big mica windows, very unique design and patterning.

This antique stove: $4200.00


Penn Ruby No. 16

Medal Dockash No. 155

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Made by Co-operative Stove Co., of Cleveland, Ohio, this large size 1886 parlor stove is in great condition. The patterns on the front and side doors are really charming, and it has cook lids beneath its filigree top piece.

This antique stove:  $2250.00


​Beautiful baseburner by Scranton Stove Works, 1905-1910.  Standing 66" high, with a 27" base,15" firepot, this stove has 70 mica windows and a removable coal chute extension.

This antique stove:  $7650.00

Round Oak M16

Illinoy 66

German Heater No. 315

Union Air Tight No.2

Made by Gem City Stove Mfg Co., Quincy, Ill, 1914, this double heater stands 59" high with a 15" firebox and 24 x 24 footprint. 4 mica widows in door. For coal or wood.

This antique stove:  $3250.00