Scandia 100 worth like new?

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Mar 12, 2022
So my parents bought a Scandia 100 wood stove a long time ago. It has been in storage and never used. It’s a beautiful stove and we were going to use it but decided to go with something else that takes longer wood pieces. I know it’s a scandalous knockoff of Jotul and for seasoned wood burners only, but what is the worth? It has everything, just missing a door pin.
I would say $250 to $300 probably
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We're at the end of the burn season. In Sept/October it could sell quickly for around $600 to the right buyer. Now, maybe $400. If it were an original F118 in new condition it could sell for as high as $1600, though more typically around $1200.
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If say your closer to $100-$150 value. Its a taiwanese knock off of a Jotul 118. Bad cast iton quality, and there were so many different knock offs of the 118, and none of them will bring anything close to what a real vintage 118 will in perfect shape.

For example, a perfect shape non enamel vintage 118 is worth about 500-700 bucks.

We can not compare it to a f-118, as the f118 is not a vintage stove, thats a modern version of the 118 with secondary air baffle. While a lightly used F118 could range between 1200-1700, its like comparing apples to oranges.
Though not of Jotul quality, based on past reports here they weren't all that bad if you were lucky to get one without serious casting flaws. Some people have burned for years in them. My bet is that in new condition this will go for $4-600 in the right market.
It looks good and many will not know the Scandia story. With fuel oil prices up, folks will buy first, ask questions later. My guess is ask $800 and negotiate.