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Vermont Stove Company 2022-11-22

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Vermont Stove Company (NOT Vermont Castings) produced a line of fireplace inserts in the 1980's. The units had a distinctive look, with arched glass doors and cast fronts. The most popular model was named the Shelburne, after a town in Vermont.

The company marketed direct to the customer using color brochures as well as magazine advertising. It is possible that many customers confused this company with Vermont Castings and this probably resulted in additional business.

The company filed for bankruptcy in the late 1980's.

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