Yeah that looks like a premium oak alright. Looks a little different then the one I found maybe a lower end model just subtle differences though. We're you able to find out ant other info like where they were made or what company made them cause I haven't.
I didn't notice any further info on that stove. I found it in an online auction site that you must subscribe to to use. This particular auction was from 2006 and it gave no other information. Have a look though: http://www.liveauctioneers.com/item/1875804
Brought the premium oak 32 home today. Turns out it was made by the Roberts Winner & Co. Philadelphia & Quakertown Pa. The stove is in awesome shape. It doesn't appear that it was used hard as the casting signatures are still visible on the grates. I'll post some pics and hopefully someone that knows a little more about this stove can share some info on it. Thanks.