Hello! Can someone please help me identify which Fisher stove I have. Here are some measurements and pictures. Thank you so much!
Hi. Thank you. I looked over this but am still having trouble. Don’t know if it’s a Grandma or Grandpa. Measurements fall in between what are posted. Not sure what version either.The first post of this thread will identify any Fisher Stove.
I notice a lot of threads started with Fisher Stove questions. My intention of this thread is for anyone wondering what model they have, or selling one, to be able to identify their stove, and then be able to learn the history behind it and find more technical information if they need it. Bear...www.hearth.com
Thank you so much!! How much would you value ours at then? (Husband wants to sell, I want to keep).Grandma Bear.
Notice how close the trees are at the door seam. Grandpa has a much larger space between trees.
The wider measurement s what I call a wide body some fabricators made. It has a wider front plate at the sides of the doors than a normal width Grandma. Also notice the door hinge plates are very straight. They should have an angle cut on the back and be angled outward as shown below;
View attachment 266517 Normal width 25 1/2 top plate, notice space from doors to angle iron corner.
Here's a wide one built like yours;
View attachment 266516 Front plate shows between doors and angle iron corner.
Same doors and same size door opening.
Here's the difference showing the space between trees in the center of Grandpa doors;
View attachment 266518 Much larger door opening.