If the stove is in good condition, it's a real bargain and if I didn't have one I would make you a hard competition to get it
.Honestly, these stoves are hard to find in good condition cause they are heavy and often ""casted"" inside a masonery fireplace so parts are often broken when removed from the foyer. Plus there are not a ton of them compared to other regular antique stoves. I like the grates in that model. The more infos and photos ( near the stove to see as much details as possible..), the best will be your decision and also then we can give you better infos.
For the rest William resumed it perfectly. Now I just tried mine a few times with wood only (small wood and eco-logs, charcoal) cause not cold enough during day time but the stove seems to be able to make serious heat.