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Stove Identification


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I am curious to learn as much as I can about the range / stove equipment seen in this little kitchen.

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It's a crappy picture (best I have sorry), but I presume someone here will know exactly what it is.

Edited to add, I'm not asking about the countertop insert coil electric range on the right of the image, rather the antique thing on the left.

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I think it is one of these reproduction wood cook stoves

The oven door looks a little too big for one of the original antiques. Those ovens very were quite small.

I learned to cook on an antique wood/coal stove that also heated the kitchen and adjoining rooms in winter - was moved out to the summer kitchen during the hotter months.

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