I'm wondering if you ever sold your Fuller and Warren stove? I am just across Lake Champlain from you and I have a Fuller and Warren Champion Oak 116 that is exactly like yours except that it is not a base-burner. I wish it were! On my stove, I don't believe there are any holes or attachments for footrests or "side skirts," so William might be wrong about that, (he seems to be right on just about everything I've read--after all he started NEPA Crossroads!) Every old stove I've had that has had a foot rail has had holes for the ends of the rail to hook into. William also seems to be wrong about the "nickel skirt," which I take to be the lower skirt ring --yours is there but it has lost its nickel chrome and it is not so easily seen because of that and because it is a simple, unornamented ring. The top ring does, however, appear to be missing from the photo.
As William says in his video, it is a waste to use a base burner to burn wood. I would be happy to trade any one of the three woodburning stoves I have, two of which are nice antiques, for this stove if the grates haven't been taken out--or, I should say, if they haven't been thrown away and the stove modified in such a way that they can't be reinstalled. The base burner chamber and damper should be intact and functional, also. If you still have the stove, I'd certainly be interested in buying it.
I hope to hear back from you and, if your friend isn't interested in trading, I hope the info is helpful. William is certainly right about the parts being hard to find, but the stove is functional as is, it seems.
All the best,