take a few cardboard boxes, news paper and a couple of old towels with you to wrap and place the parts in you will strip off, remove every thing you can such as doors (towels to wrap door to protect your Mica), swing top, skirts that are screwed on...etc.. to lighten the stove these parts lift off or are stove bolted on and remove easily in a few minutes with a screw driver and cresent wrench.
just make sure that when you pick up your Glenwood that you have the needed extra hands on site to lift the main part of the stove out of the 4 leg base, the main stove base with barrel/top are still darn heavy after removin all the parts and the 4 legged base is structurally extremely fragile you will see that when you pick it up and say to yourself HOW DOES IT HOLD IT ALL!, what I mean to say is that the 4 leg base is meant to be set in place and the stove set down in it as close to its permanent home as possible you cant just drag it around or you will break the casting.
one tip I can give you when you set it up is to set on a heavy pc. of cardboard or a area rug that way you can scoot it around on a few inches till you are happy with its position then gently lift each corner just enough to remove the rug or cardboard from under each leg ( I have found a rug the best for moving mine).
Best of luck on bringin your Baby Home!