Yes, this is a coal stove. No offense to everyone, but you're wrong. This is from the older Dutchwest years, before ownership by Vermont Castings (And now CFM).
You had to insert four special cast iron pieces, one along each side of the stove and two at the front and rear which would direct the coal to the rotating grates. I've personally burning coal in this stove and while it isn't as good as a dedicated coal burner, it will do a decent job.
When burning wood you keep the catalytic combustor in, but when burning coal you obviously remove the combustor.
And yes of coure its assembled with bolts and is a bunch of seperate pieces. Its cast iron.