Thanks guys i cant wait to get my grubby hands on this, will have to wait until next week,.."Motor City here I come" in the mean time i have ebay pics to show hopefully they will send me some internal pictures .I sent them one of nortcan"s pictures of the pot and they said it looked very similar so i bought it "thanks Pierre" !
and this is what they told me
HI! The firepot is intact as in "present and in one-piece" but it has 2 of the "fingers" missing towards the front. They look like they were broken off years ago when somebody dropped the casting on a hard surface, but perhaps it was cast that way, can't tell. If so, I cannot figure out what the gap would be for. The unit has never been used by us for heating, so I don't know if this would affect burning of coal. The firepot is round, about 13.5 in diameter on top and about 12 inches diameter on the bottom. The cast iron coal chute above it is intact, about 11 inches on top and about 7 inches diameter on the bottom. My digital camera is at work so I cannot get a photo right away.
not really sure what size it is or anything this is what they said "Chicago Stove Works Coal Parlor Stove 1915 Chicago Stove Works"