Allnighter Sunrise mode;

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    Eastern NCAllnighter Sunrise
    Hello- New to this site. Will appreciate any info concerning an Allnighter wood stove. Recently acquired this stove from an estate auction. It measures 22" wide and 28" deep. On the door is a scene with the sun rising cresting a hillside over a cabin and in the foreground a rooster perched on a log and a little boy straddling a log with various farm animals also in the scene. The stove is incredibly heavy for it's size. There is a UL metal tag on the front side of the ash tray. Tag is hard to read but shows the stove was built by Allnighter Wood Stove Iron Works in Conn. Could not make out the name of the town. My research on Allnighter's make reference to Big Moes, Little Moes and other names, but nowhere did I find a reference to "Sunrise" which is in very large letters on the door as well as included on the UL tag. The UL tag also shows a date of 07/79. Any info will be greatly appreciated.

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