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Universal Cast Iron Stove with Tiles
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HOW TO RESTORE ANTIQUE STOVE

IF YOU HAVE ANTIQUE STOVE RESTORATION QUESTIONS, THOUGHTS, IDEAS, OR ANSWERS, PLEASE POST THEM UNDER THIS SECTION. ADD IMAGE BY CLICKING THE SECOND BLUE BUTTON FROM THE LEFT LOCATED ABOVE THE SPACE WHERE YOU TYPE YOUR MESSAGE. IF YOU NEED HELP TO POST IMAGES, PLEASE eMAIL A1ANTIQUESTOVES@gmail.com.PLEASE CLICK HERE TO SEND MESSAGE. THANKS.See More
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FIRST CAST IRON STOVE MANUFACTURED IN LYNN, MASSACHUSETTS IN 1642

Cast iron was first produced in China in the sixth century B.C. and in Europe during the twelfth century, but it was not used to any great extent until the seventeenth century. The first cast iron stove was manufactured in Lynn, Massachusetts, in 1642. Early cast iron stoves consisted of flat rectangular plates bolted or pinned together to form a box. The plates were made by pouring molten cast iron into molds made of sand, a method still used today.In 1744, Benjamin Franklin invented a more efficient cast iron stove known as a Pennsylvania fireplace. This device controlled the flow of hot air so that the smoke from the fire burned more completely, resulting in the release of more heat. This design was extremely successful and is still used today. A more complex device invented by Franklin in 1786 was not as successful, but its design anticipated modern cast iron stoves, which burn almost all the smoke from the fire.By 1860, many families boarded up the fireplace and put a parlor…See More
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"HEATER RESTORATION: To those who know how to restore heater, please post message or contact Don Palmgren."
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Profile IconStovers, Don Palmgren needs footrail for his Acorn Baseburner. If you have one or knows someone who has it, please contact Don. Thank you.
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HOW TO RESTORE ANTIQUE STOVE

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IF YOU HAVE ANTIQUE STOVE RESTORATION QUESTIONS, THOUGHTS, IDEAS, OR ANSWERS, PLEASE POST THEM UNDER THIS SECTION. ADD IMAGE BY CLICKING THE SECOND BLUE BUTTON FROM THE LEFT LOCATED ABOVE THE SPACE WHERE YOU TYPE YOUR MESSAGE. IF YOU NEED HELP TO POST IMAGES, PLEASE eMAIL A1ANTIQUESTOVES@gmail.com.PLEASE CLICK HERE TO SEND MESSAGE. THANKS.…Continue

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Peninsular Model Regel 140

Started by Chuck Strnad. Last reply by Craig Seeman Aug 16. 1 Reply

Does any one have information about this particular stove and model. ( catalog, date of manufacture, parts list). Just bought the stove and seems to be all there. surface rust only and I would assume readily restorable.  Thank You    ChuckContinue

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I want to apologize in advance for my following question, I am a newbie. Is it ok to post a photo of a stove to have someone tell me about it? If so where do I need to post the photos? Thank you in advance!- Tonya Continue

yearly stove events ???

Started by RANDY ANDERSON. Last reply by Craig Seeman Mar 1, 2013. 1 Reply

are theer any stove events any more these days?I havent been to one for years but since I retired at 55 years old last year I have a lot of time to attend one this comming year,  Let me know if somebody  knows for sure,,Thanks   Randy Anderson     Waterloo IowaContinue

YOU HAVE A STOVE, FINIAL, STOVE PART BUT NEED INFO ABOUT IT OR DON'T HAVE OR KNOW THE MISSING PARTS OR STOVE IT BELONG TO

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DID ANY OF THESE HAPPEN TO YOU?YOU HAVE A STOVE OR STOVE PARTS BUT NEED INFO OR MORE INFO ABOUT IT.SOMEONE EMAILED ASKING WHETHER YOU HAVE THE STOVE PARTS TO COMPLETE THEIR STOVE. WHEN ASKED WHAT STOVE PARTS THEY WERE LOOKING FOR. THE REPLY IS SOMETHING LIKE, "WE DON'T EXACTLY KNOW WHAT TO LOOK FOR BUT WE CAN SEND YOU PICTURES OF OUR STOVE AND YOU JUST LET US KNOW WHAT PARTS WE NEED TO COMPLETE IT".SO THIS FORUM IS: WHEN YOU HAVE SOMETHING AND DON'T HAVE OR KNOW WHAT IT IS FOR OR WHAT ARE THE…Continue

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Lets Start a Stove Catalogue Page

Started by Douglas Hooper. Last reply by a1antiquestoves Jul 19, 2012. 1 Reply

I think we should start a stove catalog page where we put PDF copies of the stove catalogues we find.  I am attempting to get a couple scanned at the moment.  I have seen others that have been linked on this site.  We should download these to this site in case the links get changed or removed.  There should be no copyright issues since at this point everthing is public domain.Continue

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Installing wood stove chimney

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Rusted out tin at the rivets

Started by Chuck Spyker. Last reply by Chuck Spyker Jan 19, 2012. 6 Replies

I'm a newbie guys and have a question. I have a 13 and 3/4 inch diameter coal stove where the outer tin wall has rusted through at the rivets. How does one repair that or what do you do?Continue

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FIRST CAST IRON STOVE MANUFACTURED IN LYNN, MASSACHUSETTS IN 1642

Posted by a1antiquestoves on October 23, 2014 at 12:55am 0 Comments

Cast iron was first produced in China in the sixth century B.C. and in Europe during the twelfth century, but it was not used to any great extent until the seventeenth century. The first cast iron stove was manufactured in Lynn, Massachusetts, in 1642. Early cast iron stoves consisted of flat rectangular plates bolted or pinned together to form a box. The plates were made by pouring molten cast iron into molds made of sand, a method still used today.

In 1744, Benjamin…

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The Antique Stove Association TASA Convention in 2015

Posted by a1antiquestoves on October 23, 2014 at 12:30am 0 Comments

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THE JOYS OF A WOOD-BURNING STOVE.

Posted by a1antiquestoves on June 19, 2014 at 2:40pm 0 Comments

The Joys of a Wood-Burning Stove

Can't fathom heating your home with logs? More people are learning that a wood stove is a many-splendored thing!

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STOVE: EMERGENCY HEATING

Posted by a1antiquestoves on February 25, 2014 at 11:45am 0 Comments

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