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    Posted 3 years ago

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    This stove was in our home when we moved in. The house is roughly 100 years old and the stove was owned by the previous owners grandparents. I have looked all over the place for some form of identification so I can research and possibly use but I haven’t had any luck.

    Does anybody have any information or helpful tips to share to help me figure out the year and model of this lovely stove?

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    1. shareurpassion shareurpassion, 3 years ago
      The plate on the front doesn't have a name? I know the name is on there somewhere but google antique wedgewood stoves. If it's not a Wedgewood, just leave that word out and you will find lots of old stoves there on various sites. I know why they didn't take's soooo heavy!!!
    2. BarbiStumph1963 BarbiStumph1963, 3 years ago
      Ive Ran Across one similar to this recently...Search "Montgomery Ward Wood Cookstoves"..hope this helps in your search
    3. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 3 years ago
      I believe both Sears and Wards sold these. Unbranded six burner and made by Loyal Iron Works. Usually they had a tank for heating hot water or a place for it on the back left side. They aren't terribly expensive compared to a Glenwood. This is more of a poor mans Glenwood. The house it came from may be 100 years old but the stove isn't.

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