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trunkman's loves1447 of 4162Cast Iron Parlor Stove - Musterschutz and DRGM markingsNeed help finding out what kind of fur is this and who made it !!!
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    Posted 6 years ago

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    Can't find any manufacture's name or numbers on it. Anyone know anything about this? Stands about 5' tall, maybe 12" in diameter. I've owned it for 15 years. If anyone has any info on this what so ever, I'd love to hear from you.

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    1. Virginia.vintage Virginia.vintage, 6 years ago
      Is wonderful!!!
    2. katherinescollections katherinescollections, 6 years ago
      Lovely. We don't use coal here, so don't ever see these stoves. That's a beauty.
    3. jpblovesstoves, 6 years ago
      I've never used coal in this stove because of it's polluting nature. Burned only small chunks of hardwood and it heats my 2 car uninsulated garage. I'd just like to know who made it for my own knowledge.
    4. trunkman trunkman, 6 years ago
      Years back I had an opportunity to pick up one of these little beauties but passed on it and i have regretted it ever since... I love the look of these!
    5. jpblovesstoves, 6 years ago
      Wouldn't this stove look spiffy in some late 1890's New York, Boston, Georgetown, you name it brownstone apt? For the time being this little guy is heating my wood shop, but I'd love to figure out a way it'll fit in my house. Already have a gorgeous enameled Jotul wood fired stove in my lower level that heats my whole house.

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