New Superb Wood or Coal Stove

Fine Art Prints of Distinction

SKU: ad #21

A Museum Quality advertisement print for the New Superb wood stove, which looks like it might have also been able to burn coal for sale by Brandywine General Store. The stove is very ornate and made most likely of cast iron, this would have been a stove found in homes of the more wealthy people, as it would have been expensive for the time period it was produced, probably around the late 1800s. There was glass all the way around so you could see the fire burning, which was unusual back in the day of this stove. At the bottom of this vintage ad is New Superb manufactured by Hicks and Wolfe of Troy New York, a nice country decor print. Picture #21 advertising

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