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Can anyone help me with my antique wood stoves?

I have 2 Richmond Stove Co. potbelly stoves for sale and need someone who can price them for me. I live in Northern Virginia and the stoves date around 1890-1920.

Well I’m looking through my books and i come close but I’m missing it i have Shakers iron stove on up through some other names.

With some ranging from early 1840’s and the Tailors Stove which belong to Andrew Johnson, Lincoln’s successor to the presidency.

Which these seem to be more plan Jane a bit small at this time it seems they may be trying to have some kind of designs to them.

Now through the 1850-60 they really started to look great with such detail which in this era they look more to looking like small fire places.

Than i start to lose them but I’m not finding no Richmond Stove Co.
What i would like to do is leave a number to the oldest Antiques dealer here in Mobile ,AL maybe they can have more insight.

Down here i once had an antique store and there’s still some good dealers working across the southern border which my be able to help.

Cotton City Antique Mall 2012 Airport Blvd 251-479-9747 ask for Jewell she sits up in there and I’m sure she has run across one, she goes under Cabin Fever Antiques good luck. Ask them at Cotton City for her web-site i seem to have miss place her card.

Thing about Jewell and her husband travel up through many states more than anyone that i have ever know in this business of Antiques alot of us stoped but she never has.

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