Welcome to the Forum! First thing, remember you did ask a coal forum, we might be a little bit biased.
Where are you located? Do you have natural gas go by your house? Location makes a big difference if you want to burn anthracite coal.
With your high ceiling and lots of glass you might not get enough baseboard to heat the place. Infloor radiant may be the best choice. It's time to do a heat loss study.
volkoff wrote: I want hot water radiant for the first floor and I will tie into the duct work for the second floor. How do I do this?
To have infloor radiant you'll staple up tubing from the basement, then insulate below it with foil at least 2 inches away from the tubes. Some use fiberglass with foil, others bubble wrap, some rigid board with foil. A water to air heat exchanger will make hot air for the upstairs.....but you might not need it.
I would never, ever, do an outdoor wood boiler because I do not have access to free wood. That is the only way they make financial sense. Even if you have free wood....yucccck. Plain & simple, they are time sucking stinkers. You will be loading them 3 or 4 times a day, and the smell of creosote will haunt you 24 hours a day.
A coal boiler in a insulated outside room can work but you will lose some BTU's. I have a coal boiler outside the house and the lost BTU's heat a garage. That can be tricky depending on local laws.
To set up in the basement for coal will take a chunk of floor space......maybe 12 by 18' for bin & boiler. With care it can be clean & efficient.