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#214 Red Cross Oak Pot Belly Stove
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Mike    Posted 07-22-2003 at 16:34:47       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Im looking for information on a #214 Red Cross Oak, Pot Belly Stove. I have an old one and would like some information on it. What is the history of the stove? Is the company still around, and how can I contact them? Are there parts available? etc. Any help would be appreciated.
Mike


Chris    Posted 09-23-2008 at 10:17:17       [Reply]  [Send Email]

Hello,
If you all enjoy antique stoves, then you may want to check out myantiquestove.com
The site has many members who are knowledgeable in the history of these stoves and their restoration.


Al    Posted 02-17-2008 at 16:51:07       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I just found a Red Cross Oak Leaf Potbelly stove. It has all the parts except perhaps the fancy skirt (if it did have one, looks like there are notches on the middle ring for a skirt). Finial is intact. I will be restoring this stove and offering it on Ebay and Craig's list out of Rochester listing. Should fetch at least $500 restored to museum quality.


Marty Heesh    Posted 03-15-2007 at 18:14:15       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I, too, have a Red Cross Oak stove, but mine is an RO-316, manufactured by the Co-operative Foundry in Rochester, NY in the late 19th century. The stove is a knockoff of the Round Oak stove of Dowagiac, MI. where they were manufactured by P.D. Beckwith. Round Oak was named for the fact that you had a door to the wood burning furnace of the stove large enough to insert a round oak firewood piece, meaning you didn't have to split the oak firewood to fit it into the stove furnace. I have attempted to find info on the Co-operative Foundry in Rochester but have had little success. If you know anyone that might have parts for this stove, I would appreciate it. I need the finial wings, handle for the primary draft, some other draft control pieces and one base ring and one footrest ring. Any help in finding any of these would be a big help. Hope I provided some answers to help you.
have a nice day, Marty


Leonard Nichols    Posted 12-08-2004 at 16:40:45       [Reply]  [Send Email]
We have a red cross oak #518 Patten Aug 9, 1904. Need to know if you were able to find any information about the stove?


John Freer    Posted 03-04-2008 at 13:07:00       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I too have a Red Cross Oak stove, model 418. Looking for information on it and how best to restore it.

Thanks.


Flora Laughlin    Posted 01-04-2004 at 16:13:56       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have a small black 2 burner stove which I am
trying to find out what its worth. It is only 20
inches tall and 20 inches ln width. It has the name N.MAN.FORY COMPANY on the front of it. It is
so cute and a real conversation piece.


george    Posted 10-24-2003 at 09:01:31       [Reply]  [No Email]
I have a red cross oak #216 pat. sept 17'89 Did you ever find any backgroud ?


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