Body Style: Heating Stove
Make: B & M
Model: Upright parlor, cottage
Manufacturer: Boston & Maine Stove Co.
Location of manufacture: Portland, ME
Date of manufacturer: 1880 – 1900
Current fuel set up: Wood / coal
Conversion available: Yes
Conversion Options: Gas, propane, electric
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The B & M Cottage parlor stove has a cylinder shape with a smooth steel body sandwiched between a cast iron top, base and legs. Nickel-plated cast-iron doors in the front of the stove can be opened for a view of the fire. Nickel-plated finial and feet combine for an added sense light character. Wood is loaded from a side door or from a hinged top. Understated in its design, this antique heating stove does feature touches of lovely scroll work on the top, on either side of the cook lid, and on the legs. A draft control is located on the side loading. Manufactured by the Boston & Maine Co. the stove is a powerhouse heater warming an area for up to eight hours. Design simplicity and heating dependability are a winning combination for the B & M Cottage parlor stove.
Current setup: Wood / coal
Conversion option: Yes
Conversion fuels: Gas, propane, electric
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Exhaust/venting required: No
Clearance required: No
BTUs / Volts / Amp: 18,000 / 220 / 30
* The addition of a heat shield to the wall or to the stove allows for a 50% reduction of required clearance space down to an 18″ air space from combustible walls and a 9″ air space from noncombustible walls.
Body Materials: Cast Iron / steel
Overall Dimensions: 26″W x 23″
Footprint: 26″W x 23″
Height to Cook Top: 37″
Height to Top of Stove: 37″
Stick of Wood: 18″
Flue Position: Rear
Flue Shape: Round
Weight Uncrated: 150 lbs
Weight Crated: 300 lbs
Number of Cook Lids: 1
Number of Cook Lids: 1
Finial, hinged doors for viewing the fire, draft controls, loads from the side or top, hearth plate
$2450.00 – Price (fully restored)
$300.00 – Cost to crate
$2750.00 – Total Purchase Price*
*Prices subject to change. Conversion and custom costs are determined on a case by case basis according to the interests of the customer and configuration of the stove. Shipping charges are due at the time of shipment.
The cost of shipping is determined by the weight and size of the stove, delivery location and site-specific requirements like a lift gate or scheduled appointment.