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    Posted 8 years ago

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    We bought this wood stove from a yard sale a few years ago. We even used it for a couple of seasons - no longer in need of it we are looking to have it priced.

    - We used it for wood (but it has been suggested that it should actually be used for coal?)
    - Inside door panel reads: SEARS ROEBUCK & CO. Chicago, ILL #641-84117

    We really don't know anything about it... so we are seeking knowledge....

    Thank you for your time!
    -Amanda & Brian

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    1. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 8 years ago
      It was probably made 50's or 60's, low end stove. It was for burning wood not coal. If you can find a buyer you would need to give them change for a $100 bill.
    2. beachpatty, 8 years ago
      Hello;
      I believe we have the same stove - my mother in law bout it at a yard sale maybe 15 years ago. My hubby repaired the broken parts & had to have the base welded. We are going to sell it & i will comment how that goes.

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