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Kitchen5093 of 6255Old Victorian Parlor Coal StoveTurm Enamel Outdoor Cooking Burner Stove 1950's
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Posted 6 years ago


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My grandpa gave it to me back in 1983.Same year he died at 96 years old.
I know that this is an wood stove made by Kunswerke Carlshutte-Rendsburg in Germany.
I would like to get any more info oboaut it including an about market price.
Thank you !
With regards,

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  1. walksoftly walksoftly, 6 years ago
    Look up wood stove appraisal on internet, they should be able to give you a written appraisal as to value, for selling or for insurance purposes. It is very hard to find info online on stoves that's why it is necessary to get a professional appraisal done.
  2. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 6 years ago
    That last picture of the door open kind of looks like a coal feeder door. Get a good bed of hot wood burning then add coal and shut air control at the bottom almost closed and the coal would burn for hours, much longer than just a wood fire. That looks like a fun restoration project. We had one quite similar in the shop where we kept a water tanker truck up in New Hampshire and even on the coldest of nights the pump on the truck wouldn't freeze up. Although you had to shake the grates and add coal about two in the morning......not fun.

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