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? about Antique Wood Stove

Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by pete97, Sep 3, 2006.

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  1. pete97

    pete97 Member

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    I have a old Parlor Stove (i think that is what it is called) made by the Germer Stove Company in Erie, Pa. It was made sometime around 1887 and has the Number 14 stamped on it. It says "Radiant Home" on the front. I will try to attach a photo. Anyone know how much it is worth roughly. I think I am going to have it appriased before I sell it. Anyone have any info about it? I had to split the pictures in two to get them to fit. Top and Bottom.

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  2. Shane

    Shane Minister of Fire

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    Probably depends on whose buying it. I've never sold a stove that old or seen one for that matter. I agree that you should get it appraised since it's so old. The oldest stove that I've sold is around 30 years and they go cheap 150-350.
  3. pete97

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    Thanks. I don't know much about the old ones either.
  4. lizzybobio

    lizzybobio New Member

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    If you're really interested, you can try www.antiquestoves.com They offer an assessment but it costs $25.

    I have an old King Oak laying around.

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