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    Posted 12 years ago

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    I picked up this adorable little stove at an auction today. I'm having trouble finding any info on it. But it is cast iron, with a brass tank , two metal knobs and one porcelain knob. I would love any info or feedback . Thanks for looking!

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    1. GPAfan, 11 years ago
      You have a Wehrle stove made in Newark Ohio in the late 1920's. Wehrle was known for their ornate wood and coal stoves and was one of the largest employers in Newark at one time. They also made some white gas appliances. The company was later sold to Roper stoves and finally production was moved from Newark before the factory closed.
      I don't see any burners in your photo. Are they missing?
      I have seen photos of a larger Wehrle stove called a Senior and a full sized kitchen model with tall legs, four burners and an oven but I don't know the model number for that one. I found and restored a 2A Junior last year. I'll try to post a photo.

      Here's link to a photo of the 2A Junior. I'd like to hear what you have planned for your stove. I'd like to see it up and running again.

      And here's a short video clip of it running

      Let me know if I can help or if you decide to sell it.

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