This stove looks like mine before the trims were nickled. Seems in good shape and is a base burner.
On the photo showing the back of the stove, you are supposed to have a small shelf and we don't see the top rear, ask if there is the oval convection outlet (you could connect a pipe to send heat to a second floor room from it) with a decorative grill on it. Not an obligation but good if you can have all parts... Mine was completly restored from Bryant Stove (you can see photos of that if you go to :I have My Base Burner(BB).To my personnal opinion, the price asked for the stove is probably high, principally if it hasn't the side wings,back shelf, ash pan,shaking crank,...but if all the rest is in perfect shape????
Take care if you go see the stove to see if the doors have play in the hinges and seal tight, if the outer shaking grate is in good condition as the triangular ones, try to operate both to see how they work, if the micas are sealed correctly and are in good condition...
You also can see all these parts on my posts so it could helps you to make comparisions and evaluate the pice asked for it.