How much is my antique cook stove worth?

How much is my antique cook stove worth?

How Much Are Antique Cast Iron Stoves Worth? In general, the condition, size, design, and rarity will determine the value of the stove. Most are in the $100 to $500 range, though some can go for several thousands of dollars.

How do you blacken a wood burning stove?

Cover the Area With a Tarp

  1. Cover the Area With a Tarp.
  2. Lay a tarp or plastic around the base of the wood stove before you begin.
  3. Remove Ash From the Stove.
  4. Empty the wood stove of ash and discard it in the compost pile or spread the ashes among landscaping that needs extra alkalinity.
  5. Vacuum Out Any Remaining Debris.

How do you reseal a cast iron wood stove?

Apply a thin covering of cement along all joints, using a trowel or putty knife. Force the cement into joints to ensure they are filled. Stove cement caulk tubes are also available for extruding consistent beads, which can then be smoothed down. Re-wet areas if they dry before cement is applied.

Why buy antique stoves from good time stoves?

Antique stoves are our passion. Good Time Stove Company restores and sells antique stoves, including kitchen cook stoves and vintage stoves for home heating. They are restored to be fully operational, efficient and beautiful.

Should I buy or restore my old wood burning stove?

If you do not have a wood burning kitchen range put aside, or if “Grandma’s old stove” is still downstairs in the family home, you may want to consider a purchase or having her old stove restored. It is one of the least expensive and most needed things in a home when hard times hit in any form.

What is the antique stove hospital?

Here at the Antique Stove Hospital we specialize in returning wood and coal stoves to day one condition. All stoves are totally disassembled, cleaned, parts welded or replaced as needed, caulked, reassembled, painted, new grates installed and nickel replaced.

How did we fall in love with the Glenwood C Cook Stove?

We fell in love with these stoves while visiting a friend (Tom Johnson) at his camp in northern Florida with a Glenwood C cook stove that he’d brought there from NH. I got to cook on his stove in Florida and knew I wanted one in our home. The first stove we bought was a Sunny Glenwood but we were hooked and kept on collecting.

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