Peninsular Stove Co., 116 Oak Stove

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    These are perfectly restored and nickled at retail:
    http://www.goodtimestove.com/heating_stoves/antique_stoves_cylinder.html

    However, that should not really be a guide to what it is worth. I sold a couple older stoves I had to Good Time - for $100 to $400 each.
    They have to put a lot of work into them and then probably sell them for twice what they have into them.

    Some people throw them away, others get a couple grand for them.....a wide range of values!
     
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