Is this an Englander 24a stove?

Ramsey05 Posted By Ramsey05, Feb 27, 2019 at 8:53 PM

  1. Ramsey05

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    is this an Englander 24a wood stove? How much is it worth? Includes pipe. I have a 30/50’ pole Barn. Is it big enough to heat that as a workshop? Are they good stoves?
     

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    How tall is the ceiling? How well is it insulated? What is the workshop used for?

    I would say it is worth $400 at most.
     
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    Thanks for the reply. It would be just a standard insulated pole barn for hobbies
     
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    OK so what is the ceiling height? How well insulated will it be?
     
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    See my signature. ;) Same stove I think. Said "24" on the receipt..no friggin way it's gonna heat that much space, I don't think. But I don't know how much heat it will actually put out, I was burning Red Oak that was only stacked for 3-6 months. ;lol
    That much? I'll sell you mine, right now. ==c
     
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    $200 a fair price?
     
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    I didn't say I would pay that. I think $200 or so is the right price but $400 would be max
     
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    Yeah, it would be worth that. It had a rudimentary re-burn system, a baffle that re-directed smoke back down into the fire. I'll see if I can dig up a pic...
     
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    Thanks
     
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    No pics remain, but maybe I can get more tomorrow. It's an old, heavy-duty, pre-EPA cigar-burn stove. Buy it, try it. You can't really lose at 200.
     
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    I think the re-circulation baffle is situated something like this. Will get pics manana.
    Englander 24.jpeg
     
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