Interested in selling antique fisher wood burning stove

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New Member
Dec 29, 2015
My husband and I bought a house in May 2015 and it came with a beautiful old Fisher Grandpa wood burning stove in great condition. However we will never use it because my husband is building a bedroom in the room stove was in. Does anyone know where or what websites would be best to post pictures to sell it on?
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Minister of Fire
Nov 8, 2011
North Central Idaho
THere is a classified section on his forum. Craigslist also seems to be popular. I would check local laws because some states it is illegal to sell a non-epa stove.


Chimney sweep
Staff member
Jan 14, 2014
central pa
you also need to find out what the local market for them is. In my area they are only $200 to $300. But some areas they can go as high as $600 to $700. And by the way they are far from antiques just vintage


Fisher Moderator
Staff member
Dec 22, 2007
They are also a seasonal item. You'll find most people looking for a stove have one set up for the heating season now. They move faster with higher prices in September and October. Watch your local Craigslist for average price. A Grandpa can be an older series with flat top doors to glass and brass on a UL listed model.


Feb 7, 2015
Roscoe, Georgia
Selling those things can be a real hassle. I'll come get it out of your way...==c
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