Help identify a Fisher

Post in 'Fisher Stove Information, Parts, History and More' started by theresahunt622, Feb 22, 2014.

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I would like to know what this is worth and how old it is...thanks

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  1. theresahunt622

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    Probably a 1978 Grandpa. It has the first 4 fin draft caps, but the newer plated springs. A '77 would have stainless steel tightly wound springs. By '79 there were 5 fin draft caps, but these could have been old stock used later. They probably weren't laying around long if it's a Tennessee stove. That would put it in the S.E territory or Dunn's territory to the north that both moved a lot of stoves. The newer style handles were probably not replaced since nothing goes wrong with the first stainless style.
    It's worth whatever the buyer and seller agree upon.
     
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