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  1. #1
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    Default Rare Pot-belly Stove For Sale

    I have a beautiful turn-of-the-century pot-belly stove for sale. It is a rare Nester Oak brand, model number 551. The circa 1900-1910 stove was made in Newark, Ohio by Licking Stove Works, a division of Werhle Stove Co. It stands 49" tall, and has a 13" firepot. The ornate stove has three beautiful swirling decorative skirts, a solid nickel name plate, vents and finial. This handsome wood heating stove is in mint condition, inside and out.

    Asking $1000.00
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    Beautiful. I wish I had a situation where it could be used.

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    Hi Lowell -

    Yes, it is a great piece. It has the best of two worlds - functional and decorative.

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    Still available, now asking $795.

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    Must sell this soon. Any interest out there at $400? It's a real beauty!

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    Hope you got rid of this, it is beautiful!! Just saw same one selling online for $1550.00 @ Ginger Creek Antique Stoves. Wish I had cash/use for this item!! Where are the dealers/vendors? They should have jumped on this. Good Luck!!

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    I wish I had the money. I would have definitely taken it off of your hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eastside View Post
    Must sell this soon. Any interest out there at $400? It's a real beauty!
    I"ll buy it for $400

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    Eastside,
    I would like to buy your pot belly stove. I just saw it last week and responed.(above) It looks like you might not check this site on a regular basis so I will wait a while. If you have sold it could you post it here so I can continue looking.
    Thank you

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    SOLD!

    Thank you CFB!

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    Your welcome Eastside, it's a beautiful stove that will provide many warm winter nights for my family and I at our farm in the thumb.

    Take care

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