What Crane Coal Burner is this?

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owhiitle
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Post By: owhiitle » Mon. Apr. 15, 2019 3:25 am

We have moved into a house and have been left a coal burner which we’d love more information on if anyone can help? Many thanks
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Post By: franco b » Mon. Apr. 15, 2019 10:33 am

I believe that stove is from the much older Crane company and not the newer company we are familiar with.

With more pictures of the inside we can get a better handle on it. My guess is that it is from the 1930s.

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