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- Location: clearfield,pa
- Hand Fed Coal Stove: D S 1500, Warm Moring 400
- Baseburners & Antiques: Art Garland 145,GW114 ,Clarion 115, Vestal 20 Globe,New Royal22 Globe, Red Cross Oak 56,Acme Ventiduct 38,Radiant Airblast 626,Home Airblast 62,Moores #7,Moores 3way
- Coal Size/Type: stove and nut and some bit
- Other Heating: Propain
Looks good. This one has less windows to keep clean...
True Artie, know it’s a wood burner , but with a grate installed it burns smokeless coal just fine , and it’s in such good condition I just can’t bear to sell it !! ( Fi loves it too big bonus ) so just have the adapter to fabricate when I get the time . Love antique stoves , ornate , beautiful to look at , but a functional item , nothing made today looks as good or has stood the test of time , made in a time when quality, meant quality !
Hi , Was going to replace my Parlor stove for this stove , unfortunately the flue outlet is higher than my cast iron fireplace opening and building regs say you can’t run a pipe downwards from the stove , and as much as I love it there is no where in the house to fit it as I have a Parlor stove , french stove in the rear bedroom, and a Red Cross baseburner in the orangery ! Looks like I am going to have to sell it , someone is going to get a beautiful stove that will grace any home .
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- Location: Kent CT
- Hand Fed Coal Stove: V ermont Castings 2310, Franco Belge 262
- Baseburners & Antiques: Glenwood Modern Oak 114
- Coal Size/Type: nut and pea
You could make an opening into the chimney well above the fireplace.