You won't be happy with that stove,, save your money and put it toward a good coal stove.. I'd rather see you buy a used Franco Belge, Warm Morning, or other made-for-coal stove.. The pot belly stoves don't have good grates,, rarely shaker grates,, a tiny ash receptical, and rarely if ever an ashpan. The coal burns right up against the cast iron, so the iron is eroded quickly by the coal fire.. all in all,, not a good choice...
Look for an actual designed-to-burn coal stove,, it will have most if not all of these features..:
Firebrick lined firebox.
Shaker grates,, preferably with external shaker handle.
Ash Pan under the grates,,
Air controls for controling the air to ashpan area, under the grates..
Hope this helps.. there was a thread about the Vogelzang potbelly on the forum about a year or so ago,, try a topic search for 'Volgelzang' and see ifyou can find the thread..