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Leonard Baker Kitchen coal stove
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Riondo Ribeiro Sculptor    Posted 11-01-2003 at 14:18:30       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have and old Leonard & Baker kitchen coal stove. (Mason's)is the name on the inside left of stove.It was converted to Kerosen. I'd like to restore it so I can heat my studio with it. Can anyone tell me where I can purchase parts? I need the grates,ash pan and shaker handles, maybe more. Thanks!


Vivian Gustafson, 85 Jubi    Posted 06-27-2005 at 15:00:22       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I am in possession of a Leonard & Baker stove that
belonged to my grandmother, who died in 1983, at
the age of 92. Her stove, which is greyish and
white heated the kitchen on the left side, with 4
round tops to it and cooked on the right side with
4 burners. It had an oven that baked bread. I
want a new floor in the house, but must move the
stove to do the floor. I don't want to just get rid of the stove. It is a Glendale made by Leonard & Baker of Taunton, MASS. Can you offer any help on how much it would be worth? I assume she purchased it when she got married at 20, so I
think it would be approximately 100 years or so.
Any way I can e-mail a photo, please let me know.


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