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Anyone know what brand of stove this is? PIC

Post in 'Classic Wood Stove Forums (prior to approx. 1993)' started by BIGISLANDHIKERS, Feb 15, 2011.

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  1. BIGISLANDHIKERS

    BIGISLANDHIKERS Feeling the Heat

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    He wants $200 for it and 12' of pipe.

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    BIH

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  2. Fsappo

    Fsappo Minister of Fire

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    Is something written on that name plate in front, or on a plate on the back?
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    I don't know what it is, but I like it.
    It has a vintage parlor stove look to it...
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    BIGISLANDHIKERS Feeling the Heat

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    Seller wrote back. It was made by Comforter wood works. Not familiar with them.

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    HotCoals Minister of Fire

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    Nice piece to look at if cleaned up..but I doubt a serious burner..no glass either.
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    Do you know if it comes with coal grates?
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    BIGISLANDHIKERS Feeling the Heat

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    Looking for a stove for my pole barn. Yes I was hoping for something with glass.
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    Not sure
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    I would have put this in the classic forum but I thought it was older than 1969

    BIH
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    I think it took 7" pipe, which might be a pain if you have to install an insulated chimney - check it out.
    Otherwise, 200 seems like a decent price - it is a good stove.
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    Trivia - the company which put the stove out was part of a Christian Commune of sorts called the Abundant Life Farm.
    There is a store today of the same name - which probably was tied in because their logo is the same as I remember (and you might see similar birds on the stove design)....

    http://www.abundantlifestoves.com/History.asp

    The enclosed pic of the stove label has the Abundant Life name on it......

    I started a Wiki Entry...will see if I have any other material.

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    BIGISLANDHIKERS Feeling the Heat

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    Interesting. On one of the ebay pics I saw a Christian fish symbol on the bottom corner of one of the end shots. Made me wonder.

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