200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

rescout
A little far afield, but you never know until you ask.

A neighbor has a nice Buck Stove and Range Co of St Louis, model 83H, with one problem.  It is disassembled - he says there are 45 pieces that go inside the outer shell.  He believes it was made between 1910 and 1920.  Would any of you know how to get instructions on putting it back together?  I've done some internet searching, and about all I can find is the Buck Stove and Range Co. and the AFL fought each other all the way to the Supreme Court in 1911.  

Thanks
Kevin
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OregonMichael
Kevin, is there any way you can get some pictures of what's there?  I'm sure between all of the members here, we'll be able to figure it out, but have to see what we're talking about.  Sounds like a really interesting piece.
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MartyJ
Do a patent search.
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rescout
Thanks for the patent search suggestion.

As for pictures, right now I'm not sure I could get any.  My neighbor is advanced in years and is super cautious in the current coronavirus environment.  We currently visit every now and then outside on the lawn, well away from each other.
Kevin
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