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Here are a couple of stoves from a little catalog back in the day when so many were trying to make a go building and selling stoves. Those are some curves in the plate steel that tops the loaf of bread looking stove. Said to be built with 1/4 and 3/8 “ plate.

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as long as it doesn't spin...

Also, I'd have removed some of the teeth ... for my own safety.
 
Hey @webby3650 you wouldn’t happen to be selling that glass stove now are you? I saw someone make a post on reddit talking about it and posted a pic of it with the exact stove and brick surround you have it setup in.
 
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Hey @webby3650 you wouldn’t happen to be selling that glass stove now are you? I saw someone make a post on reddit talking about it and posted a pic of it with the exact stove and brick surround you have it setup in.
Yup. Saw that today too.
 
An unusually ornate Fuller Warren coal stove. Cue up the Doors.

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