Grateful if anyone can advise me if there are any differences between these two stoves and which is the best in terms of metal quality? Also does anyone know from what origional Potstove they are reproduced to look like? as I did notice on one retailers website that it says it is a 'real size replica of the 'junior' stove, my second question is which company origionally built the 'junior' stove? https://www.lehmans.com/p-1553-railroad-potbelly-wood-heat-stove.aspx One of these reproductions is made by the US Stove Company and is called the 'Caboose 1869 Potbelly' and is a modern reproduction currently in production. The other is made by Vogelzang and is called the 'PB65XL' and also a modern reproduction currently in production. Both stoves are the same dimentions (34'' x 20'' x 22'') and both are approx 220 lbs weight. http://www.vogelzang.com/browse.cfm/railroad-potbelly-stove/4,19.html https://www.usstove.com/index.php?route=product/product&path=309&product_id=1038 Finally another question, I noticed these stoves for sale on the Amazon website as two variants, one called a 'cook stove' and the other called a 'heat stove', one about 30% dearer than the other stove, but they looked identical and have identical measurements on this site also? see link below http://www.amazon.com/Stove-Company-Caboose-Potbelly-1869/dp/B000C6JDBO http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_n...stove&rh=n:3375251,k:caboose+heat+stove&ajr=0 Why the big price difference?