I'm stumped, but I know you guys will save the day.

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    Looks like an Orley or an ornate Orley knock-off. They are still fairly common out west and put out a ton of heat. That model was designed as a hearth stove with a low, rear-exit flue. They also made a simpler, taller pedestal model.

    Edit: Definitely an Orley. Here's another one:

    http://siskiyou.craigslist.org/for/2526867226.html
     
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    BG is too good.
    Orley.
     
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    Thanks guys. Very neat looking old stove. BG is too good, but I knew Craig would know it also.
     
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