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Antique 1800’s SEARS cast iron parlor stove for repair or restoration

Antique 1800's SEARS cast iron parlor stove for repair or restoration
Antique 1800's SEARS cast iron parlor stove for repair or restoration
Antique 1800's SEARS cast iron parlor stove for repair or restoration
Antique 1800's SEARS cast iron parlor stove for repair or restoration
Antique 1800's SEARS cast iron parlor stove for repair or restoration
Antique 1800's SEARS cast iron parlor stove for repair or restoration
Antique 1800's SEARS cast iron parlor stove for repair or restoration
Antique 1800's SEARS cast iron parlor stove for repair or restoration
Antique 1800's SEARS cast iron parlor stove for repair or restoration
Antique 1800's SEARS cast iron parlor stove for repair or restoration
Antique 1800's SEARS cast iron parlor stove for repair or restoration
Antique 1800's SEARS cast iron parlor stove for repair or restoration

Antique 1800's SEARS cast iron parlor stove for repair or restoration
Antique 1800’s SEARS/ROEBUCK cast iron parlor stove for repair or restoration. I believe this last sentence to be historically correct… A friend of mine who is a cast iron and stove enthusiast-historian stated that this is accurate. There are six doors in the top 2/3 of the stove they all at one time had Isenglass installed in the door frames so that the fire glow could be viewed from pretty much all around the stove. It has a good coal pot and working twisting shaker. You would need an extension for the shaker so as not to burn your hand. There is a crack in the exhaust elbow that could be brazed shut. There are other areas of the store that need to be brazed I have tried to show all the breaks in the photos. There is what I think is called a reburner, a box like exhaust section that fit at the bottom of the back of the stove this would need to be adapted so it could be screwed on the back of the stove. This stove would not be a working stove but rather a good looking addition to a parlor. AS IS, is how we are offering it. There is no top finial. The round top section is removable so that you would have a cooking surface or a teakettle heating spot. The top, the body and the base are all in good condition not busted up or cracked. Other parts have cracks as shown in the photos. A very nice decorative item at present but not a usable item unless you are handy and can repair the things mentioned. A bit of history from one of America’s largest and longest operating stores in the USA. Probably made in the late 1800s or early 1900s. At present the stove is black with gold paint trim the gold paint would have to be removed or it would probably burn off the first time you use the stove after it was fixed… That would be one way to get rid of it! Wait till your first fire and then refinish it with heat paint or stove blacking. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Kitchen & Home\Major Appliances & Bathroom Fixtures\Stoves”. The seller is “bobwes80-6″ and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Brand: Sears and Roebuck
  • Antique: Yes
  • Installation: Freestanding
  • Type: Heating Stove
  • Color: Black
  • Model: ACME RADIANT
  • Material: Cast Iron
  • Features: heating parlor stove
  • Vintage: Yes
  • Surface: cast iron
  • Fuel Type: Coal

Antique 1800's SEARS cast iron parlor stove for repair or restoration

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