Nice little range. Thanks for posting about it.
It's a Glenwood, but it may be an early one. If I have to guess, some of the features and design work makes me think it's a pre-1900 model.
It has a few of the same early features as Wilson's 1879 Glenwood Sunny and many of the pre-1900 Glenwoods. The round door knobs, the oven damper lever (direct-indirect mode ) just above the oven door, and the drop-down ash drawer ledge under the firebox door.
The oven door temp gauge threw me off at first. I thought they came into use much later. I guess not.
Interesting that the firebox door knob is on the left- first I've ever seen that on a Glenwood range .
The lack of bolt holes in the top rear edge tells me it was never meant to have a back mantel shelf and trivets.
I'm guessing the 170 number means it has 7 inch round covers.
It has the sliding oven door shelf to hold the oven door open at any angle.
The ad says it has all it's parts and it's ready to go, but, ...... it looks like the grilling door damper slide (secondary air) is off and laying in the bottom of the ash drawer. And the three covers are missing for the water front pipe holes in the back of the firebox. With all those holes being wide open, there would be no way to cut down the air into the firebox.
Plus, I don't see any grates down in the firebox. You can see right down into the ash drawer. Even with just wood, it's not a good idea to build a fire in the ash drawer. That's the bottom of the range and if that cracks, the fire can get out of the stove.