Scott - I was not planning to buy any more, but I've regretted trading the Glenwood 40 to Emery (for some reason) and I realized it might work for me as a wood stove. Plus, it's fairly rare and it needs to be brought back.
It was part of the Gilded Age and I got hooked by the Marjorie Merriweather Post/Camp Topridge connection!
Hopefully I can get to it at some point.
I think I'll sell my Royal Stewart 171 Oak, which I really don't need, to make room.
good buy , a rare stove and history to boot. You should some how document the history I think that is important. Doug at Barnstable has had his share of 50s I remember him use one with back pipe and second story barrel.