Identify these stoves... then buy them!

Bster13 Posted By Bster13, Mar 10, 2014 at 12:01 AM

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  1. Bster13

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    Located in Norwalk, CT. I'm wondering if anyone has any more details on these stoves. If anyone is interested let me know, the guy is moving out. Thanks!
     
  2. DAKSY

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    Those are BOTH Garrison Stoves. There is a removable key required to secure/unsecure the doors. The first one has a piece if soapstone on top. They aren't made anymore, but there are manuals available.

    http://www.hearth.com/talk/wiki/garrison-stoves/
     
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  3. mellow

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    Garrison's were ahead of their time, they did have some reburn built into the stove before EPA. Nice little stoves that put out some BTU's.
     
  4. Defiant

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    Garrison 2 and Garrison 3, I might be interested if the price is right..
     
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