A large, powerful and economical heater. Great for heating a large open space area. Burns either coal or wood. Mica windows for fire view. Triangular grates. Large capacity, will easily burn 24 hours on a load of coal. A very handsome heater. Lots of nickel trim.
Here is a 1889 Grove Andes#14 baseburner made in Geneva,NY. Aqua tiles on 3 sides, mica windows on 3 sides, lavished with nickel with a great figure on top.
Full of details, mica windows and freshly restored, this stove was made by Fuller in Troy, NY in 1880. Set up for wood or coal.
This circa 1900 mica base burner stove is in absolutely mint condition. Designed to burn coal, with mica windows on the side for illumination and a nickel basestand. A little jewel of a stove. Made by Union Stove Works, New York.
Built by Germer Company in Erie, Pennsylvania in 1891. the antique baseburner has it all. The finial is Pandora and an amber knob, nickel plated angels on corners, 5 art tiles, mica doors on 3 sides, serpent side rails, paw foot nickel base, cherubs and faces on the side. If that wasn't enough, this stove burns either wood or coal.
If you are looking for a mint, over the top outstanding stove, look no further. Built in 1895 in Rochester, New York, this coal stove can also burn wood. Large mica windows, large fire pot, fantastic nickel all wrapping a very efficient antique stove. Full of ornate details from top to bottom, simply stunning.