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Posted 4 years ago

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TomR
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I think this is a "Miners Heater" it reads Sam S. Utter NO. 10 New York. Are these rare does it have any value.
I want to thank everyone for all your help. I have had so much fun picking this last year, it seems like everyday I learn something new and have even scratched the surface. So thanks everyone for your patience and sharing your wisdon. I am sure we all appreciate it.
Tom

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  1. gotwire gotwire, 4 years ago
    Hello, check out - http://www.antiquesnavigator.com/old-stoves-price-guide/antique-stoves-price-guide-31.html - They have prices realized for this type of camp stove as well as the larger home models. We have three different camp stoves, and use them to display sadirons.
  2. TomR TomR, 4 years ago
    Thank you, that is a great site and has a lot of information on nearly everything. Thanks again!
  3. LaurenR, 4 years ago
    This is awesome!!! Are you thinking of getting it restored? I would love to talk to you more about this cool item!!!
  4. TomR TomR, 4 years ago
    Thanks LaurenR this one was found at an old mine site with some other equipment. That's why the person I got it from thought it was a miners stove. I am still learning, others have been helping and it turns out it was originally meant as a heater for Sad or Flat Irons. I guess this miner had a better idea. :)

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