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Need help identifying stove!

Post in 'Classic Wood Stove Forums (prior to approx. 1993)' started by Derek Carvalho, Dec 1, 2013.

  1. Derek Carvalho

    Derek Carvalho New Member

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    Hi everyone i recently bought my first wood stove I choose this stove due to the awesome details and ornamental work. Can anyone help me identify this stove year maker and type I have googled all markers with no help also I would like to know if anythings obviously missing any info would be great. Is this considered a nice stove ?

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  2. Derek Carvalho

    Derek Carvalho New Member

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    Also how many square feet would a stove this size roughly heat ?
  3. Derek Carvalho

    Derek Carvalho New Member

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    Hi everyone i recently bought my first wood stove I choose this stove due to the awesome details and ornamental work. Can anyone help me identify this stove year maker and type I have googled all markers with no help also I would like to know if anythings obviously missing any info would be great. Is this considered a nice stove ?

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  4. begreen

    begreen Mooderator Staff Member

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    Stewart made some very fancy, high quality stoves in the 1800s. This one is understated by that standard. It looks like a small parlor stove. Is there a riddling grate inside? If so it may be designed for coal burning. I would contact the folks at http://www.goodtimestove.com or at http://stovehospital.com/ for more history on what appears to be a Stewart Woodland model 122.

    Is there a base or legs for this stove?

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  5. Derek Carvalho

    Derek Carvalho New Member

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    Yes there is a base it has the same owns mental details and sits roughly
    5 inches high there is a pice for the inside I will post pics so u can see
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    Derek Carvalho New Member

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    Here are some pics with stand and piece from inside

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    begreen Mooderator Staff Member

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    The folks at the links I provided can probably tell you a lot more than we can about the stove. Looks like a nice little fella.
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    Thank you I actually work in little Compton and know the owner the stove doc I just didn't realize he was that good and that renown thx
  9. Fort Wisers

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    Boy that looks an aweful lot like a stove we have sitting in the shed at camp.
    Its tucked away in a back corner, it was left by the previous owner, I haven't taken good look at it yet, maybe it's just a knock off.
    I know its in rougher shape than what is shown above.

    We're going up there this weekend, I will check it out and post some pics.......

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