Weiss Antique Stoves, Good Time Stove Company and Vintage Appliances and Restoration all sell restored antique stove heaters. All three companies ship anywhere in the United States.
Weiss Antique Stoves and Vintage Appliances and Restoration sell restored base burners, oak heaters, and gas heaters. Some of their oak heaters burn coal; others burn both coal and wood. Good Time Stove Company categorizes their stoves by shape instead of by fuel type, such as cylinder, box and potbelly. It also sells base burners. Weiss Antique Stoves and Good Time Stove Company sell Franklin freestanding fireplace heaters and parlor heaters. Good Time Stove Company offers gas and electric conversions on all of their models.
Some of the models available include Sterling, Claremont, Atlantic and Wherle. Several of the stoves date from the 19th century, while others were manufactured between 1900 and 1940. Most of these stoves are functional and decorative with ornate castings and ornamental tops, images and words. Some are dark matte gray, while others have polished metal elements and colors. Many of these stoves can comfortably heat large rooms. As of February 2015, they range in price from $1,250 to $10,500. Shipping costs depend on the company, the stove's weight and the distance from the store to the buyer.