Identify this Stove

zaroot86 Posted By zaroot86, Aug 7, 2014 at 6:43 AM

  1. zaroot86

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    Any experts? The top slant makes me think Fisher, but the glass doors and no fisher logo on the front steers me away. Thanks

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  2. ridemgis

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    I say Lopi
     
  3. begreen

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    I don't think it's a Lopi. They proudly cast their name into the door. It looks like there may be a name in the upper right front corner of the stove though it's hard to tell. High Valley?
     
  4. zaroot86

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    Yeah I cannot find any information on a stepped top High Valley. The doors look feasible, but the only bi-fold door type stove I have seen from them has ornate metal framing out the glass; which is different than the simplistic glass doors on this model. I am looking for an older, quality stove to refurb/reseal and heat my basement with. I had a link on a nice VC resolute but it was sold a day too early. I would like to stick with a VC, Jotul, Fisher, Buck, or something else high quality; but my price point definitely puts me in the used category. I have found a Comforter local, and it is in very good shape; but I feel it is a bit small for what he is asking for it. I'd hate to pipe it in, only to tear it out next winter for something larger. I have a 2400 SF home, would like to run this stove in the basement, and then utilize my fan/ductwork to circulate the warmer air throughout my house.

    If any one has something for sale in the MD/Southern PA region please let me know. This would be a supplemental heating source for my new HE heat pump, but mainly as a backup for if I lose power & don't want to run a generator to operate the forced air system. Not to mention I already have a ton of wood, since my shop is fired by a wood stove. Thanks!
     
  5. zaroot86

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    This is another one I am going to look at. Any ideas on make and model? Comes with a decorative nickel cast top cover I believe.

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  6. begreen

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    Could be a Taiwanese reproduction. Like Lopi, most old stove companies will have their name proudly cast into the iron.
     

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