Old Fisher Stove details

Scoop22 Posted By Scoop22, Feb 10, 2014 at 9:03 AM

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  1. Scoop22

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    We just purchased a house that has an old Fisher stove. I don't know the model so I'm hoping someone here will recognize it.

    Also, I eventually want to get a newer, more efficient, smaller stove and am thinking about selling this. Any idea what a good price for this would be? It appears to be in good shape...just needs a good cleaning and maybe some paint.
     

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  2. 930dreamer

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    Fireplace Series (double door stoves)
    Grandma Bear ; takes up to 20 inch log and uses 5 bricks across back. Heats up to 1750.
    Grandpa Bear ; takes up to 24 inch log and uses 6 bricks across back. Heats up to 2250.
    Flat top doors were painted black, cast iron. They are pre 1980.
    Arched top doors (Cathedral Style) are after 1979. They were available black, nickel plate, brass plate, and later brass and glass.
     
  3. coaly

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    Fisher Fireplace Insert ( it's not a "stove" )
    http://hearth.com/images/uploads/fishinsertmanual.pdf

    Notice there is no step top or legs (or flue collar) 930 dreamer.

    Value is whatever you and buyer agree upon. Brass or nickel plated or glass door models draw a premium.

    Keep in mind the heat shield for mantel protection, damper, damper rod and brackets have been removed as well as lever or chain to operate damper depending on model year.
    Complete Insert pictured below with lever and hearth opening block off plate;

    Insert w blower side.jpg Insert Front 10-28-80.jpg
     
  4. 930dreamer

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    Sorry Coaly, you are correct.
     
  5. coaly

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    No problem, I just gave him the "scoop".
    Actually, it's not "old" by Fisher standards. It's a later, newer model with all the improvements started in 1980 over the "older" stoves.
     
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