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Posted 2 years ago

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snorris
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I purchased this stove from a woman who the stove belonged to her great grandfather and it was in his work shop in Pa. The stove at some point was taken to Co. She and husband had the stove completely refurbished and I purchased it in 02/2012 in mint condition. Would love to know the age of the stove. Not sure of the value purchased it for what I consider a reasonable price. If any one can date this stove would love to know.

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  1. epson233 epson233, 2 years ago
    and so you should -- she is a beauty and the restorer did a wonderful job per your pics

    this is what i found out for value -- when i googled -- radiant home stove no 116

    Dec 31, 2012 – Parlor Stove RADIANT AIR BLAST NO 116 - $2000 (San Fernando) ... franklin furniture classic decorative decorate home lawn antique art deco ...

    is yours an air blast?????
  2. epson233 epson233, 2 years ago
    found this info on a 6K on this website

    nepacrossroads.com/about22724.html


    I have seen these go for around $8,000 restored. This is a nice one because the side shades are rarer. Decor in background does fairly match the period....1880's....without getting too technical.
  3. snorris, 2 years ago
    I'm not sure if it is an air blast. How can I determine this?
  4. epson233 epson233, 2 years ago
    below is a website that should answer your question -- there are about 6 pages from greg where they go into restoration and the function of the radiant air or hot air blast on these stoves
    http://nepacrossroads.com/about20920-30.html

    also if on ebay -- place item number 220821966730 in the search cell

    appears these styles of stoves were all radiant or air blast pending on who made them what terminology they chose -- either radiant or air blast

    happy reading

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