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    Posted 12 years ago

    paulputnam
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    This stove is 2 feet tall...I was told from Germany? and was used to heat Old Sad Irons ? Has 3 rngs on top of stove that controlls heat? Has 2 doors that open... Would like to know ANYTHING about this sucker Age? Maker? Origin? Value? Thanks Paul 864 903-0728 pdputnam@aol.com

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    1. paulputnam, 12 years ago
      Help me identify this strange 8 sided stove Thanks Paul
    2. spiritinthesky3 spiritinthesky3, 12 years ago
      Hi,
      try contacting Antique Stove Hospital
      e-mail info@stovehospital.com
      your picture doesn't show any names numbers markings?
      ~Peace~
    3. DobbinDee70, 12 years ago
      I have never seen a stove from Germany . However it looks like a stove that was used to heat water for doing laundry . You could take the rings off the top and set a pot of water there to heat up faster . The sides from the way they are shaped would hold several sad irons in order to heat them . The one door is where you would put the fuel in . Coal or wood . The other door at the bottom is where the ashes were taken out . I can not give you any kind of value for it , but it is a neat looking stove .
    4. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 12 years ago
      Hate to appear stupid, but what is a sad iron? For clothes?
      I'm sure others are glad I asked so they don't have to appear stupid!
    5. spiritinthesky3 spiritinthesky3, 12 years ago
      Good Searching Robin!

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