Winner stove

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stoveliker

Minister of Fire
Nov 17, 2019
1,245
Eastern Long Island NY
wouldn't that be a Winnerwell woodstove?
Pics would help.
 

begreen

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Staff member
Nov 18, 2005
88,906
South Puget Sound, WA
Sounds like it might be one of the Winner series by Atlanta Stoves. Is this a cookstove? Pictures are welcome.
This is a Winner #8316 wood cook stove. It's exceptionally compact and sports a side oven.
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More info on this stove on Worthpoint
 

begreen

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Nov 18, 2005
88,906
South Puget Sound, WA
Amazing. Looks like the same stove. Hope all the innards are ok because it looks savable. With a bit of sweat and elbow grease that will clean up ok.
 
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SpaceBus

Minister of Fire
Nov 18, 2018
6,081
Downeast Maine
Wow, what a find! I would love something like this for an outdoor/summer kitchen.
 
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SpaceBus

Minister of Fire
Nov 18, 2018
6,081
Downeast Maine
Your stove is beautiful. I'm having to empty the house so was thinking of selling it. Do you have an idea what its worth like it is?
You might be able to convince someone to come pick it up for free, but in that state most people would ask you for money. Restored it might be worth a few hundred dollars, but it is very heavy and difficult to move.
 

Antique newbie

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Jul 18, 2021
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North Carolina
You might be able to convince someone to come pick it up for free, but in that state most people would ask you for money. Restored it might be worth a few hundred dollars, but it is very heavy and difficult to move.
Not good news lol. I'm wondering how it got to the basement. Its near the outside door so it must have came in that way. I've got another stove also. Its in very nice condition. Here are pics.
 

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SpaceBus

Minister of Fire
Nov 18, 2018
6,081
Downeast Maine
I can't speak to the value of the white cookstove, but I'm pretty sure it's made to burn coal. The finish appears to be porcelain enamel and in good shape. There are plenty of Antique stores in NC, maybe some would be interested. It might be best to sell them as a lot.
 

peakbagger

Minister of Fire
Jul 11, 2008
6,404
Northern NH
FYI, cleaned up it will look good in cabin for decor but for actual heating and cooking my guess is its wood hog and creosote maker. Nothing wrong with a stove for decor, there is usually local interior designers who pay well for the right decor item. My guess is over in Western NC near the mountains near Asheville there is probably a cabin owned by an out of stater just waiting for a cleaned up version of that first stove. As for the second stove I ran into a shop years ago that upgraded them to gas burners and they charged a pretty penny for the clean up converted versions.
 
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begreen

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Nov 18, 2005
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South Puget Sound, WA
That is a relatively uncommon stove. Small cookstoves in good operating condition are quite desirable. It can come apart or at least the legs, doors and lids removed to get it through the doorway, sideways. The value is what the market will bear, but I wouldn't be surprised to see that stove cleaned up and properly repainted, selling for $750 to the right buyer. In its current state, maybe $100-200. Too bad you're not closer. It looks like a fun restoration project. If the white porcelain cabinet stove looks as good inside as out and all parts are there and working, it could go for a decent price too.
 
Nov 21, 2020
144
NeK Vermont
I have this exact stove in storage in my shop waiting to be done. Super cool stove, it was sold as a “camp stove”. Its very light, id say the whole thing weighs 125-150 lbs. Legs remove easily for transport. I paid $40 for it in this condition from the guy who bought it new in ‘67. He gave me original delivery slip from when he got it. The guy is a local guy and said when oil prices went up, him and his wife used it as their sole cooking source for 2 years.
All this being said, shoot me a private message and I will would absolutely be interested in buying it and getting parts I could use shipped up here.
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begreen

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Nov 18, 2005
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South Puget Sound, WA
That's very cool. I didn't know they were made that late. Looks like I overestimated its current condition value. What would you sell this for fully restored?
 
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SpaceBus

Minister of Fire
Nov 18, 2018
6,081
Downeast Maine
The freight was more than the stove!
 
Nov 21, 2020
144
NeK Vermont
That's very cool. I didn't know they were made that late. Looks like I overestimated its current condition value. What would you sell this for fully restored?
You are not too far off, 750-1000. Problem is, its a very hard resto. Super thin cast, and the whole thing is held together by 18” tie rods. So the cast tends to have brittle spots.
 

SpaceBus

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Nov 18, 2018
6,081
Downeast Maine
You are not too far off, 750-1000. Problem is, its a very hard resto. Super thin cast, and the whole thing is held together by 18” tie rods. So the cast tends to have brittle spots.
I figured the castings had to be thin to keep it that light. Even my Morso 2b Classic is 250lbs!
 
Nov 21, 2020
144
NeK Vermont
I figured the castings had to be thin to keep it that light. Even my Morso 2b Classic is 250lbs!
Exactly, and thats why I havnt even started it yet, I wanna get backup pieces, because I can already tell some are going to break. Even the little shelf on the side of the oven broke where the screw hole was through it. Im not kidding, its like 1/8in cast.