Can anyone ID this old stove?

Post in 'Classic Wood Stove Forums (prior to approx. 1993)' started by 5 Furnace, Mar 14, 2013.

  1. 5 Furnace

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    There are a bunch of wood stoves set aside for resale at the local scrap yard (bottom photo)

    The tiny one in the middle is a Trolla, and that is really cool- actively looking for a home for that. The one on the right is a Federal, eh.

    the one on the left is really cool too- I have seen it before somewhere- and found this photo from a mod house from the 60's or early 70s with the stove it it:

    vintage stove photo.jpg salvage wood stoves.jpg


    Anyone know what this stove is? I think the flue and damper on top of it belongs to the fireplace insert on the right.

    thanks!


     

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    Does look like a Taiwan knock-off of a Jotul or Morso.
     
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    Turns out to be a US knock off. No ID on the back except some model numbers and "made in USA" on back. I bought. All 3 for $180. The Jotul Combi knock off is going into a barn I am building, the Trolla will likely go in my basement, and the third, a Franklin Stove Works Scandia 150 (USA) will go to my brother's syrup making project.

    Still, would love to know. Who made the Jotul combi poser!
     

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