Help Identifying a Coal Stove

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Post Sat. Dec. 08, 2012 2:47 pm

I just bought a house and there was a coal stove left in the basement that's not being used. I was hoping someone could let me know if this is worth selling or any other information. The only info I could see is that it was made by Agricola Furnace Company. Any info would be appreciated, thanks! Sorry for the tilted photo tag on the back

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Post Sat. Dec. 22, 2012 6:13 pm

Not sure how that brand is, but here in pennsylvania we had a similar stove called a heatrola, very good heating stove, usually sell locally for around $300 when they can be found

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