franco b wrote:It looks like an American Standard model. Those door handles were typical of them. 9 inch smoke pipe.
Go to the oldest plumbing supply you can find to inquire.The model name Severn keeps popping into my head.
Yes, the arrangement of the doors and bolts is similar to MY BOILER...which is early-early and is marked as:
"American Radiator & Standard Sanitary" embossed on the lower door.
"AR & SS" similarly on the boiler plate
Then a Lacquered 4" x 5" plaque, which I believe to have been added when it was converted to OIL
"American Standard" Oakmont...with steam specs. pressures & oil fire rate 2.5gph & etc.
Also on the body (plate) is embossed "steam 15psi"
"water 30" or something like that (I didn't jot it down)
My house was built in 1923 and was initially heated with coal. It may well be that this was the Original Boiler (though ready for replacement,soon)