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Wedgewood Wood/Gas stove
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BW    Posted 06-23-2002 at 16:32:27       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Dear Country Folks,

I'm just popping in here out of the blue (but I will bookmark this awesome site!) to ask if anyone knows what the Wedgewood (with a little insignia on it) wood/gas stove, with an overhead light (sorry I've misplaced the serial number and it's at another location) is worth?

Or does anyone know of a site or phone number that could tell me? I've been searching for hours. . . .

DHunter    Posted 06-24-2002 at 06:17:07       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Try the link below. You may need to talk to someone by phone to come up with a good idea of the cost. They will also probably want a picture of your stove so they can give you a better estimate of it's worth. Good luck.

ellen Michaelson    Posted 01-04-2003 at 16:49:51       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have a such a stove, 48 " end to end, the wood part on the left, regular stove on the right. Burners are all iron with iron knobs. Front face and backsplash are white porcelain. I have only seen one picture of it on the web so far with no idea of its worth. I've seen restored ones from the '50s going for $4500 or so. I think this is much older. Do you know? Do have an idea of its value? It works great. THe wood part was closed off from working but is intact.

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