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Posted 8 years ago

Edsstove
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Hello does anyone know anything about this stove (age, is it complete, value) It says Hamilton Ohio #CHAK611TW and the Serial #311518 on a metal tag. Got this at an estate sale and was wondering if a safty valve is available for something this old to bring it up to code so my propane company could install this.
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Ed

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  1. YardSaleDave, 8 years ago
    Wow nice condition and great piece of nostalgia. These are becoming very sought after with decorators, I see want ads for these pretty often. I don't see any reason why you couldn't hook it up, personally I would let a plumber do the work.
  2. auntbda, 8 years ago
    I have a stove just like this one but mine is light yellow color. Mine has a label on the back with a date of 1934 which is all I could make out. At least you know this is from the 1930's. I too am curious as to value, I paid $100.00 for mine from a relative about 25 years ago.
  3. JhaeMack, 6 years ago
    I have a stove which is very similar, the exception is my stove is Beige w/ red knobs and handles (my knobs are different) I also have top lid which hide the burners when not in use. My stove can double as a serving counter. The lower half of the stove comes down a little further. I assume your stove is a gas burner also, there is a safety valve located in the rear. If you do not see it, maybe it's behind the panel...My stove is a mid 40's to 50's Universal Enterprise Cookstove, also it is cast iron, extremely heavy. I have not had it appraised, but I have been told it should appraise in working condition around $2000+. I hope this information was useful...Good Luck...Great Fine!

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