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Antique Godin Stove

When touring historic buildings, it is common to see evidence of old coal or fuel burners in these property. Usually, they are not operable or have been stolen, but every once in a while you see a pristine specimen. But that doesn’t happen very often though, so when I saw this antique Godin Stove in a foreclosure building, it caught my attention.

Able to burn just about any kind of fuel, including wood and coal, this French stove is loaded from the top. The decorative lid flips up to reveal a flat cast-iron surface. which serves to seal of the stove as well a cooking surface. The front door opens for cleaning out ash only, but the knob on the front for thermostatic temperature control. Not sure how efficient the stove is, but there is no question it is a looker.

For a look at a Godin Stove in action, check out this YouTube video demonstration. For a closer look at this particular stove, see the picture gallery below.

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Matt Kastner

Matt Kastner is an Investment Real Estate Consultant at St. Louis Real Estate Society in St. Louis, Missouri. He is also develops properties on the side through Threshold Properties. When he isn't representing investors in the purchase or sale of multifamily properties, rehabs, foreclosures and other income producing properties, he is often taking on rehab projects himself. He lives in South St. Louis and has been in the real estate business since 2004.

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3 thoughts on “Antique Godin Stove”

  • samizdat

    February 17, 2011 at 10:55 am

    Very cool device. Nice woodwork, too. I hope some douchebag flipper doesn’t buy the joint and paint all of it.

    Reply
  • Ginger Marshall

    June 24, 2011 at 8:34 pm

    My mother has this same Antique Godin Stove. Can you tell us how much it’s worth?

    Reply
    • Matt Kastner

      June 28, 2011 at 12:07 pm

      Not as much as you would think. You can find them for $500 to $1000 on eBay pretty regularly.

      Reply

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