Vintage Royal Wood Burning Cooking Kitchen Stove * Dortch Stove Works * Franklin Tennessee * Criteria 1930's * Heavy Steel with White Enameled Panels * Very Good Condition * Located in North Central Indiana
Royal Kitchen Wood Burning Cooking Range and Oven by the Dortch Stove Works of Franklin Tennessee
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Delivery is possible for a fee. Royal Kitchen Cooking Wood Burning Stove 6-Burner Range Stove and Oven with Side Griddle Stylish White Enameled Panels Chrome Handles Early 1930's Dortch Stove Works, Inc. Franklin Tennessee
Heavy Steel Interior with White Enameled ExteriorVery Good Condition and a Real Gem in It's Day This Great Kitchen Cook Stove Helped Make Cooking Much Easier for Many Housewives
Super Nice Working Wood Cooking StoveYou are bidding on a nice Royal Brand Wood Burning Kitchen Cooking Stove. Manufactured by the Dortch Stove Company of Franklin Tennessee 1932 - 1955 (From the Low Serial Number I would Venture a Guess this Great Cook Stove is from the 1930's) It is much earlier than the Gas Stoves were Manufactured Look at the pictures and see what all you are getting.
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It is in very good condition. Some of the Enamel is worn off -- Look at the Pictures to decide if it is the one for you.
There are not any stress cracks that I could see.
This stove is an excellent example of Days Gone By. It is in very good working condition and functional. A little History of the former Dortch Stove Works Factory Building now known as the Factory: The Factory at Franklin is a complex of 11 depression-era buildings, with a total of 250,000 square feet, which housed four different factories over its industrial lifetime.
The buildings were built for the Allen Manufacturing Company (stove manufacturers) in 1929. After Allen Manufacturing went into receivership during the Great Depression, the Dortch Stove Company (1932-1955), Magic Chef (1955-1959) and Jamison Bedding Company (1962-1991) successively occupied this site, which is on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Factory was renovated in 1996 by Franklin businessman Calvin LeHew as a dining, retail, and entertainment center. Today it is a hot spot for locals and visitors alike as it houses endless shopping, art galleries, fine dining and wonderful spaces to rent for events.
We are six blocks from historic downtown Franklin, and just minutes from the Cool Springs Galleria mall. Williamson County Tennessee -- Dortch Stove Works, 230 N. Franklin Rd., Franklin, was added to the National Register of Historic Places on November 13, 1997 as property number 97001438. Please Note -- This Stove Is A Used Stove and It Is Not A New Stove. This Quality Built Stove Will Outlast Many of the New Stoves Available Today. Keep In Mind While It Is In Very Good Condition -- It Is Not A New Stove Fresh Out of the Box and It Is Sold As Used -- It is a Vintage Stove and While it is Not Perfect -- It Is In Very Good Condition. Some of the Enamel is chipped off -- Look at the Pictures to decide if it is the one for you. The measurements are approximately 37 inches wide x 24 inches deep x 39 inches tall to the top of the back splash .
It has an 5 inch x 8 inch outlet nipple on the back. This efficient wood burning cook stove was one of the best made in it's day.
This stove is available for PICK UP ONLY (Unless other arranges are made).
Delivery could be arranged for a reasonable fee if the distance is agreeable to us both.
Otherwise, it is sold where-it-is and you are responsible...
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