Othello Cookstove...

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The-stove-collector
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Post Sat. Dec. 17, 2011 5:48 am

Another good ole made in Pa antique stove......
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Post Sat. Dec. 17, 2011 7:32 am

That's exactly like the style I've been looking for, for my kitchen. Let me know if you ever come across another for a reasonable price whatever shape. It looks great and I bet a lot of good food came out of that stove.
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Post Sat. Dec. 17, 2011 8:31 am

Nice looking range Dan!

Nice casting details. I notice one oddball (and interesting) detail, it's got the firebox on the right side? That's quite rare I'd think, as I've never seen another. Most are on the left and flow left to right. Pretty cool piece.

I've got a PA. made range up above my barn that belonged to my Italian Nana. It's a Bengal and has a tiger cast on it. Can't recall the manufacturer off the top of head but it's about the same size as my Glenwood C. I have the oven rack in my Glenwood since it fit.


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Post Sat. Dec. 17, 2011 8:41 am

That sure is a nice stove! They do not make them like that anymore.

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Post Wed. Dec. 21, 2011 1:14 am

SteveZee wrote:Nice looking range Dan!

Nice casting details. I notice one oddball (and interesting) detail, it's got the firebox on the right side? That's quite rare I'd think, as I've never seen another. Most are on the left and flow left to right. Pretty cool piece.

I've got a PA. made range up above my barn that belonged to my Italian Nana. It's a Bengal and has a tiger cast on it. Can't recall the manufacturer off the top of head but it's about the same size as my Glenwood C. I have the oven rack in my Glenwood since it fit.
Yes---I it is unique as far as that goes. I love these old black and nickel cookstoves. Sounds like you're quite the collector yourself there Steve....

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Post Wed. Dec. 21, 2011 6:07 am

Nice stove. I also like the stamped wall paneling.


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Post Wed. Dec. 21, 2011 7:03 am

Rob R. wrote:Nice stove. I also like the stamped wall paneling.
Courtesy of WF Norman.....I had many slices on my fingers after putting that stuff on the walls and ceilings. Kitchen is pretty much fireproof now...lol

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Post Sat. Nov. 03, 2012 2:48 pm

Hi there I have a othello cook stove its coal and wood its an antique asking 800.00 it is in very good shape. we are thinking the date of it is early 1900's but like I said we are not sure of the exact age. please contact me at 814 977 0642 not real sure how to post images on this site. but I can email a picture to you or any pictures that you may want to see. you wont find many in this good of shape for the price I am asking.

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Post Sat. Nov. 03, 2012 2:52 pm

rayzjoy wrote:Hi there I have a othello cook stove its coal and wood its an antique asking 800.00 it is in very good shape. we are thinking the date of it is early 1900's but like I said we are not sure of the exact age. please contact me at 814 977 0642 not real sure how to post images on this site. but I can email a picture to you or any pictures that you may want to see. you wont find many in this good of shape for the price I am asking.
Do you have any base heaters for sale? You will find an interest in them here.

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