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MarkBlemish's picture
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I don’t think that’s the date, more likely 1930s - 1940s. I’m seeing quite a few but no sold prices. Prices vary on the ones for sell. I’ll put links to those and you can follow them and see if they sell for their asking prices. Here’s some from eBay https://www.ebay.com/itm/254982018422?hash=item3b5e1cd576:g:ijYAAOSwZH1g...
And https://www.ebay.com/itm/313479197753?hash=item48fcd0f439:g:psIAAOSwm8Jg...
Here’s on from another site https://chpn.net/2011/02/01/for-sale-1864-home-comfort-wood-cooking-stove/
There’s some info here in the comments https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/14994-home-comfort-wood-cook-stove
I’m not really finding much info on them other than I believe yours is a 1864 Home Comfort Stove (if so it should say 1864 on the badge under the scythe handle). The comments on the one that was selling for $800 had several other people selling theirs. I think that might give you an idea of what people are asking, not sure of actual value.

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As Mark has said, your stove dates from the 1930's and has elements of the Art Deco style that was so popular during that period right up to World war two (1939). values for these stoves depend a great deal on their internal condition, the fire boxes and ovens tend to rust from the inside out, Demand peaked for such stoves back in the 1980's when restored examples could retail over $3500.00., but now les than half that for a really good one.

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