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  • Suzanne Tyo-Whiston

    This steel-and-iron Royal Windsor, manufactured on behalf of Montgomery Ward, sold for around $80 in the 1920s. - I would so love to have an antique stove in the kitchen....

  • Brandy Heinrich

    Vintage stove from the 1920s.

  • Sherry Henrich

    1920s Windsor Stove This steel-and-iron Royal Windsor, manufactured on behalf of Montgomery Ward, sold for around $80 in the 1920s. Back then, the appliance served as a versatile tool, since cooks could power it using either wood or coal. Two small doors on the lower left hide the fuel chambers, a row of bun warmers grace the top of the piece, and a copper-lined box for heating water hangs on the right. Quality antique stoves with restoration potential command up to $2,500 (fully updated examples, converted to gas or electric, can bring as much as $9,000). This stove may show some rust on its nickel-plated trim, but the crisp blue enameling makes this a particularly desirable item. What It's Worth: $2,000

  • Amber Joffrion

    This shade of blue stove. Blue Enamel Royal Windsor Stove Sold By Montgomery Ward, 1920s

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