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  1. PapaDave

    PapaDave Minister of Fire

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  2. Motor7

    Motor7 Feeling the Heat

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    Wow....nice restore job. Another wow for the $3300.....
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  3. Umaxman

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    Nice stove, but with all the new codes for stoves though would it be possible to put this in and use it ?
    I don't think it would be an approved stove and I don't think my insurance company would like it ?
  4. Motor7

    Motor7 Feeling the Heat

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    No codes here & hope it stays that way. There are a few pockets of burning freedom left in the US.....
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  5. Jack Fate

    Jack Fate Feeling the Heat

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    Sweet stove ,love to have


    Thanks for sharing
  6. trailmaker

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    Awesome. For a functional piece of art and history, that price seems reasonable. New versions of wood fired cookstoves are very expensive.
  7. charly

    charly Guest

    Beautiful stove,, but like mentioned, code issues, small firebox as well, probably better as a coal burner,,,for another 1200 you'd have a nice size firebox , be up to code, and be able to get parts..an Esse.
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  8. begreen

    begreen Mooderator Staff Member

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    Please post the picture along with a craigslist ad. In a few weeks the ad will be gone and this becomes a dead thread. It looks like silver paint was used instead of nickel plating. Not sure how well that will stand up. Hope it's high-temp. I have to think this stove is overpriced compared to a full restoration. The silver paint could degrade its value, especially on the stove top. It also appears to be missing the right-side, top trim. Maybe a boiler is missing? The stove is worth about $1200 IMO, less if that is not stove paint.

    cook stove.jpg cook stove2.jpg

    If I was spending this kind of money for a classic looking cookstove I would get a modern version Heartland Oval (with nickel plate).
    1902.jpg heartland-oval.jpg
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  9. PapaDave

    PapaDave Minister of Fire

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    Thanks for the tip, begreen.
    I'll do that next time.
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  10. Dune

    Dune Minister of Fire

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    The Heartland Oval is gorgeous. It that available with a waterback?
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  11. ScotO

    ScotO Guest

    I love seeing those old restored stoves.......even though the modern ones are nice AND code-compliant, it's neat to see one of those oldies in action......

    I have a circa 1905 Home Comfort cookstove, was going to restore it and install in our kitchen but money, safety, and code compliance wouldn't allow that. Not to mention you can't heat a whole house with a tiny old cookstove.

    Now the Esse Ironheart, on the other hand.......;)
  12. begreen

    begreen Mooderator Staff Member

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    Yes, they have a stainless water jacket option. The left hand shot is with the side water reservoir option.

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