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Brand of wood stove

 
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Was wondering if anyone could help me. Just bought a house and has a wood stove for heat. Can't figure out brand or model of it tho because it's worn off the back. Any info would be great.
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Location: Vilonia, Arkansas - Zone 7B/8A stoney, sandy loam soil pH 6.5
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That looks an awful lot like a Napoleon wood stove to me.
The door is a spitting image of their cast iron wood stove but the one in your picture is made of steel not cast iron.
 
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