I can't tell by that pic. That is the correct location for the shaker handle, but it doesn't look like that on the one I had. Can you take a pic of the inside grates? The shaker grates are a series of grates, maybe 14 in all, when you actuate the shaker handle, the grates half go back, half go front, then vice-versa, thus shaking the ashes. If your grates are cast iron and alternate, them's the coal grates!
Tip: Coal likes depth. I found that it burns much better when filled than when half filled. It doesn't burn hotter, it just burns better and longer. Fill 'er right up to the top of the front grill. Under the grates on each side and one in the back, you'll find three little steel plates. They are a trick to replace so when you take them out, pay close attention to how they come out or you'll go nuts trying to get them back in. They should be removed every now & then to vac out the fly ash before it gets too deep. It's a nice stove, you'll enjoy it.