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What's a 1918 ANTIQUE GLENWOOD NO.2 CAST IRON DOUBLE BURNER PROPANE/GAS HOT PLATE STOVE worth?

Description

Made by the Weir Stove Company of Taunton, Mass.

It has freely moving porcelain on/off handles that have no chips or cracks. The open/close vents also move freely. The burners and grid tops are all removable for easy cleaning. This stove shows very little signs of rust.

One of the grid tops appears to have had 3 small cracks repaired by welding or braising. Also, the right arm in front, that holds the gas pipe, has a small corner broken off underneath, where it attaches to the stove at the bolt (this is not visible from the top). The grid repairs and the arm break do not interfere with the performance or operation of the stove. Overall, this stove is in great condition for it's age.

We used this stove many, many years ago while camping, and it has been in storage ever since. Both burners work perfectly.

The measurements are:

23 ½” long x 15 ½” wide (including front pipe) x 5 ¾” high

Removable grids measure 9 ¼” x 9 ⅜”

  • Publish Date: 19-01-2013 17:48:40
  • Contact name: Cheryl Ronge
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  • Location: U.S.A.

Place: Buffalo, NY

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