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Acme Quebec Heater

This Quebec heater was brought to us in pieces. This type of stove was called a poorman’s stove because it cost only $3 – $7. Every house had a cook stove and another stove for heat only.

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Acorn Cookstove

This 1907 cookstove came to us on its back in pieces. It could not stand on its own. This stove was restored to original condition and is back on a farm in Saskatchewan where it came from originally.

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Zenith Cookstove

We picked this stove up in an old building that was falling into the cellar. This building was the living-quarters to the original homesteaders. Relatives to the homesteaders were very excited to see the stove once we restored it.

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Dandy Oak

This stove came to us in pieces. This type of stove was called a parlor stove because it has a cast iron firepot. We had to cast a firebowl for this stove so that the customers from Sylvan Lake could use this stove again.

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Caboose Heater

This stove has rods going through it because it had to be bolted to the floor. You would find this type of stove in a train caboose. All doors were latched. There was a ring around the top of the stove to prevent a kettle from sliding off when the train was in motion. Even the lid locked into place.

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Star Gem

When this stove came to us it was all painted grey with a lead base paint. We had to cast a leg for this stove. We restored it back to original for the customers. They are very happy with their stove.

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Todd Stove

A customer came to our shop to drop off a stove for us to restore. He saw this stove un-restored and fell in love with its uniqueness. He bought it on the spot. This stove is known as a Todd or Saddle Stove because of its shape.

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Sunray Stove

This stove came to us from Grande Prairie. They wanted a modern cooktop put into this stove. This was their first piece of furniture for their new home that they were building.

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Station Agent

This stove is in a loft near Turner Valley. The Station Agent is known to heat railway stations and other large areas. There are three sizes : 20″, 22″ and 24″.

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Peerless Stove

This range is all cast iron and very scrolly. It was bought in Edmonton and we restored it for customers near Grande Prairie. The amount of detail on this range makes it one of our personal favorites.

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Round Oak Stove

This stove was bought by us in Saskatchewan. A customer bought it from us for a cabin he has in B.C.

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Ruby Niagara Base Burner

A customer who was moving from Saskatchewan to Canmore brought this stove to us to restore. This stove was part of his heritage. Once restored he had a spot picked out in his new home for the stove. He was very excited to see the stove once we finished it. This type of stove was called a Base Burner because of all the mica windows. It was used for coal only.

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