Dirty to the touch, or dirty to burn in the house? We love our Coal Stove Chubby. Marked "Bradford" on a small part. Sure it was easier, but even with very inexpensive oil back then the house was always chilly when the furnace cycled off. The warm home disappeared. Antique Columbia Radiator Co.
All original, including paint. Pulled it out of shed. Unfortunately, had to remove from living room after chimney had some serious cracksleaks. One heating season on factory replacement fire potAll new gasketsNew mica windowLower door ash shelfCast iron ignition pilots for cleaner burningOriginal manualComes with coal hod and shovel plus two bags of anthracite coal Made by Godin in France in
Anthracite is a low sulfur fuel, and can be delivered to your home in clean plastic bags that will remain ready to go even if not used for many years. It is unlikely that I will go back to a coal-burning central furnace however, I am now the proud owner of a Coal Stove Chubby. The graceful, time-honored Acanthus Leaf vines cast into the stoves top, doors and legs is a favorite of architects and designers. A nthracite coal is environmentally friendly. The anthracite burning home heaters thousands of New Englanders are raving about. I have offered many times