that's a fine repro and sized great! Its worth a whole lot more than an original in terms of a cook/heat stove (originals tend to be so heavy and so large sometimes they are not useful), I don't know what these cost new but that would give you some indication of its used value, it appears this company is overseas and if they aren't available here that could add to its value as well. Does it have that water tank? the coal grate? etc?... this lil' sucker prolly cost a whole lot of money! It would be perfect for a cabin in the woods that has no power running to it (in upstate Maine, NH, that thing would be perfect!)
" MODEL 1902 ~ OVAL COOKSTOVE
(Model 1903 with reservoir) Warms up to 1,800 square feet Solid cast iron cooking surface 2.4 cubic foot oven - largest available on any cookstove
Upper warming cabinet
Top or front fuel loading
Large firebox for improved efficiency Ash pan on sliding track Options for hot water needs: 5 gallon copper reservoir with spigot or hot water jacket Optional Coal Grate Kit Optional Heat Shield for reduced installation clearances "
I agree with Fred.... Im right near Marblehead, we should have me come get that right outa their for ya', you don't need any old rusty dirty stoves around