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    Posted 10 months ago

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    Found the little beauty this week. Stripped it, primed it and painted it. Can someone give me the history of Gem No. B180. I cant find anything. Thanks in advance.

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    1. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 10 months ago
      There were a number of companies/foundry's that had a line of stoves named GEM. This appears to be a laundry stove. Taking clear pictures and mounting them right side up always helps. Is the stove have gaskets on the door and joints? Is the firebox lined? Somewhere on it (usually out of sight) there should be a foundry number.
    2. Billy707, 10 months ago
      I will look foundry number. The fire box is not lined and no gaskets. Sorry for the pics I have no idea why they came out like that.

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