Hi all, I originally posted this under "All Things Fisher", but perhaps it's just better here... Newbie here. I moved into a house last year in VT and inherited a Fisher stove. From what I have read here (wow!), I have a Mama bear, pre UL. The previous owners built the house in the early 70s and the stove had been used as a primary heat source and regularly maintained. It looks to be in great condition. We've used it a fair amount and it can get to where it's really throbbing. There's no rust and looks to be original in every way including the funky bear feet stamped with "Fisher Stove" on the top of the feet. We're renovating the house and decided to go with a pellet stove. I'd like to confirm what I have and decide whether or not to keep it for the garage, or if we decide to sell it, find out what a reasonable price would be. Unfortunately I don't have a camera at the moment to post any pictures. So here's my best to describe it: The stove is all black with black cast door. - 29.5" L x 17 3/8" W x 30"H (in back) 24 5/8" H (in front). - 6" diameter back exit. - It has a one piece top. - The legs are one piece angle iron in each corner of the stove and begins to taper slightly below the fire box to the ground. - The door is 14"H x 13" W and has 4 raised cast trees and what looks like 2 all cast screw vents. It reads "Fisher" across the top of the door, "Patent No D237788" centered just below the vent knobs, and "other patents pendg" across the bottom The handle has the spiral wire knobby tip. - Pin Hinges are on the right. - 4 shiny bear feet although their claws don't seem as pointy as some I have seen. The toes are aligned with the square receptor. - There's no baffle, just fire brick secured with bent iron brackets. It does look like we're ready for some new firebrick along the back. (6 along the sides and what looks like 3 1/2 along the back) . - I haven't found any other stamps or plates anywhere on the stove. The previous owners told us a few people were very interested in the stove if we didn't want it including the guy who maintains it. Which led me to researching it's history. Very cool... We were thinking of using it in the new garage, but we didn't design in a proper chimney as we were running out of $$, so I'm not sure how we could really use it out there. So, what does the experienced peanut gallery think? Is there anyway to install it in the garage with out a brick chimney? It's a 2 story garage/barn building. If we sell it, what would be a good price to ask? It could use to be buffed up to make it sparkle, but it's in pretty good shape (especially compared to some of the "before" pictures I've seen here - a new paint job, some new fire brick, and I would see if we could upgrade it with some sort of baffle design. (The fire chief told me he had been out at our house a few times cleaning the chimney at 1 am due to chimney fires with the previous owners. We wouldn't want any of that!). I really appreciate your feedback. Thanks! By the way, I just saw a set of 4 bear feet on ebay sell for $123!