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Coal Prices & Quality, Coal Dealer Inquiries & Reviews

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Post Wed. Jun. 11, 2008 9:00 pm

I am in central maine, and am interested in spliting a load of bagged coal. we could have it delivered to a central pick up point.any interest

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Post Wed. Jun. 11, 2008 9:08 pm

SE Mass looking for either Superior Coal or bagged Blaschak to split a load.
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Post Thu. Jun. 12, 2008 1:29 pm

I am in Goffstown NH and have been using bagged coal for a few years. I currenlty have inquiries out for a truckload of bagged pea coal, suitable for hand fired coal stoves and other applications. It has worked out great in my Vigilante II stove. I am open to splitting the order.

If anyone is interested in knowing about obtaining coal, try Thomasnet.com and od a search under coal.

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Post Thu. Jun. 12, 2008 1:59 pm

Anybody in the Byron/Batavia area interested in splitting a bulk load of anthercite nut?? I'm thinking an 8 ton load(4 ea.)

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Post Thu. Jun. 12, 2008 4:31 pm

Devil and others close to the Cape
I am working to convince my local dealer to get a truckload from Superior. They also have an EFM rep coming up with a demo boiler or furnace soon.
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Post Thu. Jun. 12, 2008 4:50 pm

nails1960 wrote:I am in central maine, and am interested in spliting a load of bagged coal. we could have it delivered to a central pick up point.any interest
What size load? Nut, pea....? I'm in Saco.

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Post Thu. Jun. 12, 2008 5:44 pm

I have a price from penn-key coal delivered to gardiner for$255 per ton bagged. I need rice, and am checking to see if we could split it into diferent sizes

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Post Thu. Jun. 12, 2008 9:49 pm

Hi,

I have a quote from Penn Coal of $250 per ton, delivered all sizes bagged anthracite- full truckload. Shipping to Goffstown. Anyone else need some? I am going to obtain at least 6 tons of pea size for myself for my Vigilante II stove. We can get our own truck if we can find a better rate than $55 per ton. Please reply ASAP! Price is going up almost as fast as gas! :!:

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Post Sat. Jun. 14, 2008 2:32 pm

I am looking to firm up a price and delivery estimate to get two tons of bagged rice. I am in Westbrook Maine outside of Portland. I could pickup bagged coal from a location that is not too far out. Would need to do it in a couple trips with the minivan.
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Post Tue. Jun. 17, 2008 9:18 pm

I'm located in southern N.Y (near where NY,PA and NJ meet) and am looking to split a load of bagged pea and/or nut. I'm starting to burn coal again after 25 years (I actually cannot remember when I stopped. The why is easy, 5'2" blonde hair blue eyes.)
I'm willing to rely on the recomendations of the forum as to brand. I'm open to bulk, but for now prefer bagged.
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Post Tue. Jun. 17, 2008 9:26 pm

Anybody in the Western Vermont or Northeastern NY area along Lake Champlain got plans for taking a trip to get bagged or bulk rice coal? Looking to get 3-4 ton. Best pricing I can get now is about $300 ton. Not a good story for a newbie.

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Post Tue. Jun. 17, 2008 9:46 pm

VT, try calling McCuin & Sons in Highgate Center. Last I heard they had bagged coal for $275 per ton. (802) 868-3261

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Post Thu. Jun. 19, 2008 5:43 pm

In Peru ,Me looking for rice coal bagged for cheaper than DC&S sells it for. Like that price of $255.

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Post Fri. Jun. 27, 2008 3:20 am

Hey I'm in RI and like Blaschak RICE size, I would like to buy 4 - 6 tons, but might do more if the price is right.

Also, Anyone want to discuss how to do a full 23 ton semi email me


I'd like to buy asap while its a little cheaper

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