Smoker858 wrote:The stove was moved from Newark, NJ in 1937 to Verona, NJ where it sat untill 1966. Then moved to Parsippany, NJ where it sat untill now. In all these years it was only used to burn wood chunks for 4 years. The stove is very ornate and uses ising glass in the 3 doors. The coal bowl (hand feed) is 10" in diameter and 8" deep, perfect condition. The bowl is curved inward to a rectangular flat grate about 4" x 4 1/2". The grate has slots. To dump ash the grate slides toward the right. The body is very ornate with 2 foot rests. The stove was never painted I cannot find any info so here's the deal. I will send a few premo cigars to whoever posts the best info or link to info on this stove. I know how you all like pics, I'm working on that part.
Hum, I don't smoke but will try to do my best if I can help you
My Golden Bride has Penn written on the back of about allparts. Penn Garnet is the same (about) stove as my Golden, I have an old catalod from Penn, Stoves-Ranges And Furnaces, catalog number Fifteen, but no Grand 30 in it. So if you can send some photos it could help.
Does it look like my Golden, I join a photo of?