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The Atlanta Stove Works
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Dave Neumann    Posted 09-01-2004 at 05:57:28       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I Recently Purchased the Hunstman woodstove. It has a top Chamber & three dials on the door for controlling draft, I do not see a model number anyplace. It says Huntsman on the door & has a Picture of a Deer jumping over a Log The party I bought it from said it was about eight years old. I am going to install it in a hunting shack and would like any installation instructions Re: clearances from walls & if anyone has a manual or operating instructions it would be much appreciated.This is my first wood stove and i do not know anything about operation.

Thanks in advance

MARK    Posted 07-18-2009 at 11:22:20       [Reply]  [Send Email]

R.D. Smith    Posted 06-12-2008 at 11:14:25       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have bought a little potbelly stove made by Atlanta Stove Works model # 40. On the backside of the stove on the potbelly flange is "1889 CONESTOGA". If anyone knows history or possible value of this kind of stove in excellent condition please reply. Thanks in advance & be safe out there.

Chris    Posted 06-28-2008 at 10:53:03       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hi- We have the same stove- good condition, no rust just a little dusty. Did you find out any information about the stove. We found it in our basement (old owners left it) & wondered if you had found anything out about this?? We're looking into it as well. Thanks in advance!

bob    Posted 05-04-2009 at 08:25:58       [Reply]  [Send Email]
also have #40 1889 fired it up outside works fine need flue parts where can i buy them.

R.D. Smith    Posted 05-12-2009 at 10:47:57       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hi there Bob! If all you need are flue parts you can go to a Ace Hardware(or similar hardware store) and buy 6" stovepipe with no problem. You need to decide how tall you want the vertical piece to be. You can put a 90* elbow on it, a horizontal piece to the wall, and a face plate to the wall to match. The stuff that is already painted flat black looks really nice on a stove painted that color. The most difficult part is that you will have to shape & bend it to fit the piece of 1" cast at the top of the stove to fit inside your new piping. It's really easy with a sharp pair of tin snips and a little patience. Good luck.

R.D. Smith    Posted 07-02-2008 at 18:08:50       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hi there Chris. I have looked on the internet only to find very little info. It seems there was a model 20, a 40, and a 60. I have'nt seen any pictures of the 20 but there is a picture of a 60 that looks like its been thru hell. It's on e-bay and it has no legs & it looks rusted(trashed). I think it was a model 20 I read about that someone dated back to the 1920's(I have not a clue as to even an estimated date). It seems Atlanta Stove Works was in business from the 1880's until appx "the mid 1980's". My little potbelly looks like it just came off the showroom floor after a little sandpaper & some flat black paint. I would'nt take a wooden nickel for mine & I think it's just kool. Keep in touch, stay safe. C ya!

Gene Dahmes    Posted 08-05-2006 at 19:56:04       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Dave, I just read your posting which you made a couple of years ago. Wondering if you are still around. I have just obtained what seems to be the same stove. Got it free from a cabin being destroyed. Interested in hearing from you if you are still there.

carla    Posted 06-30-2008 at 04:28:58       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I too have gotten a 1889 Conestoga #40 wood stove from The Atlanta Stove Works Co. I got it for only $5.00 at a auction. It was a bit rusty but we sandblasted it and repainted it and it looks brand new. Can't find any information on the net about it. Would like some history and information on it.

Salmoneye    Posted 09-01-2004 at 07:20:11       [Reply]  [No Email]
Start here...Scroll down and you should find all you need...If not, post back...

kate goldenberg    Posted 07-23-2008 at 06:18:35       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I just recieved an Atlanta Stove Works from a friend. Is there any way to get directions on how to put it back together? It has 4 big burners and 2 little, with a oven underneith. Thanks

BARBARA BENNETT    Posted 05-16-2008 at 14:42:56       [Reply]  [Send Email]

Les    Posted 01-27-2009 at 19:12:51       [Reply]  [Send Email]
i just purchased the same stove and need a leg for it. Were you succesful in finding any info or parts for the stove. I know the company is out of business just wondering if there were any companies selling after market parts?

D.J. Masgay    Posted 08-07-2007 at 11:29:13       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have a Franklin fireplace stove in almost new condition. The model number is 28. There also are the numbers 2757 on the top. It was made by The Atlanta Stove Works, Atlanta, GA. Is there any information on this stove?. I am also interested in sellig it.Would appreciate a replay.

Mike Patrizzi    Posted 02-10-2008 at 08:51:20       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I also have a model 28 with # 2757 on the back made by Atlanta Stove Works. Need one front door latch.

Were you ever able to find out anything on your stove? Year built, parts supplier?


Terri    Posted 04-22-2008 at 13:38:44       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have a model 28 2757 from Atlalta Stove Works. Does anyone know anything about this stove. It works great!

Dennis Statz    Posted 02-16-2008 at 13:57:49       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have an Atlanta Stove Works model number 2200 and the tag on it says that repair parts are available from A & B Parts Division P.O. Box 5488 Burmingham, AL 35207. I hope this helps you out.

Tommy Davis    Posted 11-26-2008 at 17:16:36       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I would like to know where I can buy Atlanta stoves. I live in the Wichita Falls, Tx area. Thanks

charles dale    Posted 07-19-2007 at 15:25:07       [Reply]  [Send Email]
i have a huntsman 4060 wood burning stove and would like to know its value

George C. Carlisle    Posted 07-31-2007 at 19:13:32       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have a stove made by Atlanta Stove Works

On the oven door There is the name " RED MOUNTAIN " H H

What is the history of this stove ?

Scott Spinella    Posted 02-08-2008 at 18:47:29       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have a Franklin Fireplace made by The Atlanta Stove Works sometime in the 70's and am looking for a swing out grill attatchment manufatured by and for same. Anyone know who bought the parts from the defunct company?

gordon groseth    Posted 07-09-2007 at 18:53:56       [Reply]  [Send Email]
i have a atlanta stove works wood stove model 240. i need the two botton grates. does anyone know where i might find them. does any one make replacements.

Ben Spear    Posted 08-15-2007 at 10:24:18       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have the same stove and it only has one grate in it currently. I plan to use the stove starting this winter, but I would be willing to take pictures and measurements of the existing grate so that you could have one made to spec. Have you been able to find any information on the age of your stove? I know nothing about the history of mine.


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tim    Posted 10-02-2008 at 13:53:05       [Reply]  [Send Email]
i have a atlanta homesteader 340adg wood stove and i need a copy of the manual or someone to tell me how for to heep objects from it



John Rorer    Posted 12-03-2008 at 18:35:44       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have the exact same stove. Unbelieveable. I live near Philadelphia. I am also trying to find some specs. I need them for a permit in my township to install it. However, I used two of these stoves years ago to heat a farmhouse, they worked great. I placed them in the front of two large fireplaces and vented up through the chimneys. The metal case keeps the sides from getting too hot. Keep a safe distance from combustible materials, 18" to 2 feet. Have you used the heater yet?

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