Old stove?

Coop0102 Posted By Coop0102, Sep 8, 2011 at 8:57 PM

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  1. Coop0102

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    Hello all,

    My wife and I recently purchased a home and it had this old Dual Herald stove hooked up in the basement. We have no need for it and was curious if it was worth anything.
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  2. pen

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    No idea of the value but I most certainly would enjoy playing with that oven if it were to be made functional as a dual unit.

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  3. Coop0102

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    Im really looking to recoup some of the cost of the other stove and money we have put into the place.
    I haven't been able to find a shred of info on this stove any where
     
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    What's the condition? How's the firebox look?

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  6. pen

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    below the door in the second pic it says "Open slide for gas, close slide for coal." With that said I'm sure wood would work but it must be a bit tougher than many since it can handle coal also.

    I'd love to put one of these on my porch and semi close it in as a summer kitchen. A combo would be perfect for year round playing around.

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  7. afptl

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    you know, the power does go out from time to time. I would learn how to use it some, and keep a wood stash. You might be really happy you did! We had ice storms in KY a few years ago, and power was out for some for 3 weeks.

    I would doubt that it is worth much. Who collects wood stoves? too big to store them! If it is hooked up, clean the chimney and figure it out!
     
  8. Coop0102

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    Im willing to sell it for $150 if any1 is interested. You'll just have to pick it up. And bring a guy or two to help lol, its pretty heavy.
     
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    I'd come get it in a heartbeat, but KY is a long way from Boston!!
     
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    Wish I could.

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  11. fbelec

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    it's only about 6 hours from penn to boston :)
     
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