By Favorite Stove Co., Piqua, Ohio, this pretty cottage stove is 55" high, 27" wide, 18" deep,with a 20" firebox for wood. Two stove lids on top and lots of early patterning. Heat and cook!
This antique stove: $2650.
By Magee Furnace Co., Boston, 1899, early baseheater. Cherub cup finial, and oven on top! Lined 12" firepot and filigree piggyback. 59" high.This stove heated a big Victorian house, standing in the entry foyer, looking beautiful.
This Antique Stove: $3250.
A large size oak stove, by Weir Stove Co., Taunton, Mass, the Glenwood Oak stands 60" high, with a 25" x 25" footprint and 16" firepot. A classic oak stove with four mica windows, baffled backpipe for extra heat, gorgeous nickel trim and surround skirt, and fancy swingtop and finial.
This Antique Stove:$3750. Sold!
Made by W.D. Sager, Chicago.
61"high, 18" firepot, 26" x 26" footprint. Large capacity heating stove, for wood, with nice nickel trim.
This Antique Stove:$2850.
"Cast from the Past"
Made by Scranton Stove Works, Scranton, PA, this large size oak stove stands 67" high, with a 28" square footprint and a 20" firepot for wood. Very ornate patterning, and awesome heater.
This Antique Stove:$3550.
Made by Foster Co., Ironton, Ohio, this medium size oak stove stands 51" high, with a 22" sq. footprint, and a 15" firepot for coal or wood. Beautiful pattern and nickel trim detail.
This Antique Stove: $2950.
By Mt. Penn Stove Works, Reading, PA, circa 1890's, this large potbelly stands 50" high, with a 24" x 26" footprint, and a 17" firepot.Sliding front feed door, with decorative patterning and belly ring. For wood or coal.
This Antique Stove: $2650.
A large size oak stove,by W.M. Resor & Co, Cincinnati, Ohio. 50" high, 26" x 20" footprint, 18" firepot, for wood or coal. Very nice detailing with a more conservative look.
This Antique Stove: $2650.
Made by Weir Stove Co., Taunton, Mass, this classic oak stove stands 60" high with 25 x 25 footprint and 16" firepot. Four mica windows and gorgeous surround skirt.
This Antique Stove: $3750. Sold!
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Made by Rock Island Stove Co., in Illinois, this smaller size oak stove stands 51" high, has a 14" firepot and a 20" sq. base. Beautiful mica window door to view the fire. Very classy and not overly frilly.
This Antique Stove: $2200. Sold!
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Glenwood Oak No. 30
A classic Round Oak circa 1900-1905 by Estate of P.D. Beckwith of Dowagiac, Mich. The D16 stands 56" high, with a 19" footprint and a 16" firepot. Beautiful finial. Grate is for wood.
This Antique Stove: $2550.
Made by Fuller Warren Co., Troy, NY, 1857, this very ornate wood parlor stove stands 36" high, with a 32" x 25" footprint, and a 10" x 23" firebox, with a back refractory liner, sliding front doors, and a humidifier finial.
This Antique Stove: $1850. Sold!
A highly ornate 1850 parlor stove made by H.J. Ruggles of West Poultney, VT. This charming historic stove stands 35" high with a 21" x 25" footprint. Two sets of front doors, and side door. Rare and optimal condition.
This Antique Stove: $2650. Sold!
Civil War era stove, patented 1862, by Fuller Warren and Co., Troy, NY. Early baseheater with original backpipe, excellent condition.Stands 51" high, with 9" x 12" firebrick lined firepot. Cooktop with orig. roasting rack, and urn finial for fragrant water.
This antique stove: $2950. Sold!
Unique wood parlor stove by Pratt & Perkins, Boston. 1852. Stands 36" high with 21" x 10" firepot. Lots of nice detail, made to resemble an organ. Sliding doors on front open to original filigree fence, plus a side loading door. Firebrick lining.
This antique stove: $2100. Sold!
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