the grate is fine (its a "pea" coal grate but will burn "nut" if its all you have), the grate center dump is hard for me to see clear (it almost appears brazed?) if that the case a new one is in order because it takes to much stress upon shaking to rely on a braze (get a new one and keep that as a spare for emergency). the glass is fine (you can get some of that rutland glass cleaner or use a buffer if you have one), I would replace the door gasket and glass gasket if your going to redo the stove, the firebrick looks OK... your missing the grate ring but I never liked them anyways and its not needed for "nut" coal (with pea you may find some slip past the area between the firebrick and grate but only you can judge that with the coal you get).
The baffle on this stove is solid welded into it... your probably referring to the damper which it came with in all likelihood (the holes for that MPD should be in the heavy steel flu collar)... it does not matter much where you put it (you will here positives and negatives as to best placement and I don't really have an opinion one way or other (closer to stove ash burns up, farther from stove more radiant heat, etc,etc,etc,etc,etc...) its a debate that has valid arguments both ways so do whats easiest and best for you
Now... If this damb forum happened to have someone from the Crane family who does not mind helping, maybe you could just ask them if you need a new shaker handle or firebrick, etc. (
oh *censored*... Im a Crane)
just PM me if you need a handle and ill send one out to you in return for contribution to the forum in activity, help to others or whatever you wish...