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Home Comfort wood cookstove
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halfpint    Posted 01-08-2002 at 08:12:44       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hi everyone,

I've just found this website, and have spent all morning browsing on it. You guys have some great topics! Anyhow, the reason for writing...We have a Home Comfort wood cookstove that looks almost identical to the one you have in your picture archives, and I was wondering if anybody could give me any information about it, where to maybe find parts if we ever needed them, maybe where we could have it renickled, etc. Any help would be appreciated. We are from Michigan. Nice to meet everyone.


karen Selfridge    Posted 07-14-2002 at 05:37:39       [Reply]  [Send Email]
My Grandma had a Home COmfort Cookstove..I have the book that came with it and the top warming shelf...I would love to have the rest! Anyone know where I can find one? We have an old cream and green cookstove ...Majestic..wich I love to fire up and simmer apples for apple butter, make spagheti sauce..in the fall. In the winter it brings a cozy atmoshpoere to our home. Now..if I am replying to someone's questin I'm sorry but I am just learning on this pc! have a great day!


Dreamweaver    Posted 01-09-2002 at 17:04:54       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hey Halfpint - this is off the subject, but just wanted to say that my favorite uncle in the whole world was a wonderful college baseball player, but he was a little fella. It's nickname was halfpint, and I just loved calling him that. Thanks for the nice memory......


JoeK    Posted 01-08-2002 at 10:57:14       [Reply]  [No Email]
Keokuk Stove Works
Buyer/Restorer/Seller of real antique stoves
No repros or replicas


John Huskey    Posted 03-17-2002 at 20:19:01       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have heard some bad things regarding Keokuk Stove Works. They botched a porcelean job on my uncle's antique about a year ago. Not very reputable either.


Dick Klabunde    Posted 01-25-2003 at 18:17:00       [Reply]  [Send Email]
We have a porcelain wood cook stove with the name Home Comfort St. Louis, Mo and the date on the nameplate of 1864. It has some wheat and a sickle on the same name plate. Would like some info on it.


IHank    Posted 01-08-2002 at 08:54:35       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Half Pint- Welcome to the board! Somebody in here has got answers to your questions, so be patient and keep stacking your firewood. IHank


Dave    Posted 03-07-2003 at 16:19:30       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have a Home Comfort Wood Stove in good shape. Model #EA or E4, seriel number 34722. Does anyone have any idea on how much this stove could be worth. I'm interested in selling and I appreciate the help, Dave Massena, New York.


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