12 years ago I purchased a house built in 1906. It originally had coal stoves in various rooms when it was constructed, but at some point these were removed and a coal boiler was installed. This boiler was eventually converted to oil by having a Beckett burner installed. After nearly going broke buying fuel oil I decided to use wood instead. Worked great at first, but that is now getting expensive as well. I want to switch it back to coal. However, I need to know what the make is so that I can find replacement grates for it as the originals are long gone. The only thing that has been changed is the ash door. Since that was the opening where the oil burner was installed, it was discarded. What is in its place is the firebox door. The door now covering the firebox was from an old US Radiator Capitol - Red Top. I'm located in MN, so pretty much anything related to coal burning is confined strictly to steam trains and tractors. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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