McGiever wrote:Here's another one, looking for info:
This link is broken, either the page no longer exists or there is some other issue like a typo.
This is another direct draft stove like the first one you posted except that it is much older and much more complex in that it has hot air tubes to make it both a radiant stove and a circulating stove at the same time. This stove here dates from the 1870's. I would venture a guess that it is very, very rare. That would be great if the stove was compete, but; this one is missing some critical parts like its finial and its entire base. This stove is for a collector who will buy it and keep it just because it is unusual.
I have little hopes this one can ever be used again so I would pass it up. It's truly a shame because it looks really neat.