Round Oak

Price $8850.00

Manufactured c. 1890 – 1910

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Make: Round Oak

Model: Baseburner

Manufacturer: Estate of PD Beckwith

Location of manufacture: Dowagaic, MI

Date of manufacturer: 1890 – 1910

Current fuel set up: Wood / coal

Conversion available: Yes

Conversion Options: Gas, propane, electric

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Round Oak stoves were produced by the Estate PD Beckwith, Inc. in Dowagaic, MI. Patents dates on the rear of the stove run through 1909. Among the most best stoves ever manufactured, the Round Oak #41 Baseburner Stove provides users with an unrivaled capacity. Round Oak invites doubters to remove a plate to see “EXTRA CAPACITY OF CIRCULATING FLUE.” The face of Round Oak’s popular, but fictional, Dow-Ah Jack sits atop the stove in relief and answers cynics with a stoic, unshakable confidence. The subdued patina on the nickeling represents an example of the unique characteristics and traits that can only be achieved with time. It is impossible to replicate with authenticity the type of century-old finish seen on this stove. A nickel finial dome hide the top loading chute. When the decorative top pieces are pushed to the side, a lever opens mechanically the lid for the coal chute, hands-free. It is features like this that demonstrate a superior degree of thoughtfulness and ingenuity in engineering. A cast iron chute deposits coals cleanly into a firebrick-lined, cast iron pot. If wood is your preference, the chute can be removed and the stove loaded from the front or from the side.

Conversion to gas, propane or electric is available too. The Round Oak name is boldly displayed across the front of the stove’s firepot area on a nickel-plated plaque. The Round Oak #41 Baseburner Stove includes a small cook lid on the rear of the stove. Primary and secondary draft controls allow users to adjust the antique stove’s performance to achieve optimum heat output without sacrificing comfort or ambiance. This impressive stove made its way to the Good Time Stove Co. from its home in Alaska.

Current setup: Wood / coal

Conversion option: Yes

Conversion fuels: Gas, propane, electric

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Wood/Coal Installation

Exhaust required: Yes

Chimney Type: Class A

Clearance required: Yes

Combustible walls: 36″ air space*

Noncombustible walls: 18″ air space*


Gas/Propane Installation

Exhaust / venting required: Yes

Clearance required: Yes

Combustible walls: 36″ air space*

Noncombustible walls: 18″ air space*

Output: 20,000 – 35,000 BTUs


Electric Installation

Exhaust/venting required: No

Clearance required: No

Watts: 5,000

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

Color: Black

Finish: Matte

Plating: Nickeling

Overall Dimensions: 30″W x 29″D

Footprint: 28″W x 29″D

Height to Cook Top: 50″

Height to Top of Finial: 68″

Height to Top of Back:

Weight Uncrated: 500 lbs

Weight Crated: 800 lbs

Number of Cook Lids: 1

Number of Cook Lids: 1

Other:

Finial, dome, hidden cook lid, shroud, wings, foot rails, mica windows, draft controls, grates, ash clean out

$8850.00 – Price (fully restored)

$400.00 – Cost to crate


$9250.00 – 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.