Fisher Stove..What Kind

dlmrun2002 Posted By dlmrun2002, Mar 8, 2014 at 9:43 PM

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  1. dlmrun2002

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    Can someone tell me what Model Fisher stove this is? Looks like ahead monster..
    Thanks in advance..
    dlm ny country FisherStovePWL.jpg
     
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    Moving it to the Fisher forum where the experts on it reside.
     
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    Papa bear. It def looks bigger than my brothers old mama bear.
     
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    That is a Fisher insert for a fireplace… one size fits all. That technically does not fit into the "bear" catagory because it's not a "stove" per say… If Coaly see's it, he'll explain more. :cool:
     
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    "Fisher Fireplace Insert"

    http://hearth.com/images/uploads/fishinsertmanual.pdf

    It's worth whatever the seller and buyer agree upon. They were available with solid black doors, nickel or brass plate,and later brass and glass. Many have been repainted over the plated doors, so it's possible it is plated under the paint on front. Wipe with lacquer thinner over Fir trees or door edges to see what is under paint;

    insert w bottom blower 8.jpg Plated are more desirable, and glass draws the premium.

    Mama and Papa are single door stoves from the "Bear Series".
     
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