Awesome Antique Kitchen Stoves
I ❤ the look. Reminds me of a coal stove in my grandmothers old fashioned, extremely warm and inviting kitchen.
Triple Crawford- WW1- Enormous range. At the top two gas ovens. The left one has a Robert Shaw thermostat, the right has a drop broiler with a nickel knob below the ovens. Cooktop has 6 lids for wood/coal, 5 burners for gas. Main body with firebox on left. Coal fired water heater. Middle main oven, a storage area on the right, could house a gas fired water heater. Down below is the ashpit on left storage on right. Entire wood/coal side controlled by a single knob that controls everything.
Off The Grid?- Want a wood/coal range for the winter & want to do some cooking in the summer. The wood stoves tend to be too hot so it would be nice to have some gas burners. Want to be free from electricity & fossil fuels. Many companies made the perfect range during the depression but they are illegal today. The reason why they are illegal is that they burn gas plus any other fuel in the oven & exhaust both up the same flue. Too bad as they were exceptionally well constructed stoves.
Electric Giant !- Late 1920's Hotpoint Electric range in the ultra-rare 6 burner/double oven/double broiler size. (Hotpoint- trade name used by Thomas Edison, sold through Edison Electric) From a majestic New Jersey home where big & expensive was the norm in the pre-depression roaring twenties. This stove was furnished originally in black with chrome door surounds & chrome accent strips when new, however, it can be restored in the high-temperature color of your choice to match your kitchen.
Glenwood Flat Top Range- These have the same insulation, burners, oven size, & thermostat as the most expensive Glenwood range, & are wonderful stoves to use. This example has three regular sized burners & one large "rapidboil" burner on the cook surface. This is the example with the rarer left hand oven. Please note: There is a small blemish in the porcelain on the top of the oven on this range that will not effect functionality, & can not be detected by looking at the front of the range.
Three fuel Glenwood- Months ago I bought a Glenwood three fuel range and it turned out to be the only one ever found. We sold it and delivered it to our gas shop for restoration since, by law, we cannot do gas work here. Here is the finished stove. It is radiant & has been brought up to code so it can be used as the only source for cooking food. Notice the upper ovens have been finished in the black and white spatterware. Our shop is the only restorer that can do this type of work.
Crawford roll oven range- Insulated. Was one of the largest competitors for glenwood. Made good quality products in Boston. This range is in great condition, but it is very dirty. That is good because the metal was preserved in grease & has NO DETERIORATION! Desirable factory insulation saves you money on restoration costs. The original broiler pan, & the always missing original cook surface lamp. This model has the warming closet above the oven making for one desirable range today.
Atlantic Cook stove- This is a real cook stove. The larger stoves are really wood or coal ranges. Cook stoves have doors on both sides of the oven & the flue at one end. This model was one of the mainstays of Portland Foundry & was made for many decades. Most camps in Maine had one of these for many years of great cooking. They are usually refered to as Bisquit Burners in Maine. This one has the accessory copper water tank so you have a constant supply of hot water all winter.
Glenwood six burner gas range- Here is a Glenwood six burner range from the mid 1920's. It is in pretty good shape and can be restored to new condition. We can set it up for natural or propane as you wish and it will have the new piloits and safety systems in both ovens. A very nice and hard to find range from the 1920's. To be restored.
Glenwood Gold Medal- Just in, a Glenwood Gold medal and we have another like it in the parts yard. We can put the two together and have a fine Glenwood Goldmedal that can run on any type of gas you want plus wood or coal as well. These were very highend stoves back in the early 1930's and are still fine ranges today. This, since it has gas works will be sent to our gas restoration specialists for restoration.
Glenwood M with sidecar- This is a Glenwood M model range. these were made from about 1912 till about 1918. They are midway between and Glenwood E and a Glenwood K and are very nice ranges. We don't see many of these and when they turn up they don't stay long. We found that we had a sidecar for an M in storage so we rebuilt it and added it to the stove.
Federal wood/gas combo- Just in, a nice Federal wood/gas combo. These were top of the line back in the 20's and are very well designed stoves. You get the convenience of gas in the summer but also the heat from wood or coal in the winter. This one is from the Boston Stove company that was one of the prolific manufacturers back in that era.