Can anyone identify this insert?

Post in 'Classic Wood Stove Forums (prior to approx. 1993)' started by brianbeech, Feb 27, 2014.

  1. brianbeech

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    Insert - tree on the door, blower. Vents are on the bottom - rectangle output on the top-rear.
     

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    Old Woodsman?
     
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    Could be close! I've seen that tree before....but not often. It isn't in my 1980 or so stove directories.
     
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    Could it be from the elm foundry? The one that makes the new ones in VT?
     
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    Not likely - this is a North Carolina (type) design (Buck copy) if I ever saw one! Dozens of brands were made trying to capitalize on Bucks success - among them Craft, Batcave, Apache, Squire, Black Bart, Silent Flame, Appalachian, etc.
     
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