My suggestion would be in the $250 to $300 range if it is in good shape. Things up this way tend to be on the higher price side of life so perhpas my suggestion is off for your area. Looks like a nice little stove that would look good in almost any setting.
franco b wrote:Pretty stove, but if it does not have a decent method of shaking the ash and a decent ash pan it will be a constant irritation to keep going. I suspect European and most of their stoves have pretty bad shaker systems except those who rely on slicing to clear ash.
If it looks to be easy to operate then I would think it is worth more than $200, more like 3 to 4 hundred.
LsFarm wrote:Hi Lisa, what is the job that you want a small stove for? Are you replacing the Harman? or do you have another building or part of the house you need
to heat? Do you have a chimney already?
That little pot belly would work for a small rom, you don't want to try t burn those potbelly stoves too hot..
This was just listed in your area...
This link is broken, either the page no longer exists or there is some other issue like a typo.
Cute little pot belly.
dcrane wrote:another side note... Who in their right mind would want a pure white stove ...also folks please note the powder puff flu pipe and faux brick wall paper this dude never fired that stove up or any other for that matter... lies lies its ALL LIES!