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What I have are 2 caboose stoves that I am considering to let go.
One is a Union with a very bad cracked pot. The rim on top has a chip in it.
It could be put back into service with a new (used) pot. On the cook top
it is dated Sept. 5, 1905, and has the print casted into it "If I am good, please
tell others about it".
The other is an Estate which is almost identical. It was used by my Dad in
his shanty. To the best of my knowledge there are no cracks with this one.
They items look like the #149 in the picture in the link below.http://goodtimestove.blogspot.com/2009/ ... blast.html
If memory serves me, there is an extra set of grates for these.
I "think" that I have 3 feet for these stoves if they took feet. Dad didn't throw
out much, and well, I have that trait as well.
I am located near Toledo Ohio and you can email me @ firstname.lastname@example.org
you are truly interested. I do not wish to seperate or piece these out due to the
fact that they are all intact. Thus being, they both will have to go.
I have been doing my share of research on these, and will not give them away.
They can stay in the garage if necessary.
Thank you very much!