Fisher Papa Bear Wood Stove

Posting ID : A1068532470
Date Posted : 2015-08-19
Category : General For Sale By Owner

FISHER PAPA BEAR WOOD STOVE

(NOTE: I WILL POST REAL PHOTOS SOON. THESE WERE FOUND ONLINE BUT ARE IDENTICAL TO OUR STOVE)

All cast iron construction and extremely well made. The cast iron door has 2 air vents. It was used as the sole heat source to heat the home it is in over many cold, Wisconsin winters.

Takes logs up to 30" in length.
Designed to stay lit overnight.
Heats up to 2250 s.f.

US Patent D287798, Other Patents pending

20"W x 36"D
25 "H in front (for 15")
31 "H in back (for 18")

Invented by Bob Fisher when he realized that the open stone fireplace he had painstakingly built was inadequate for heating his home and fuel prices for their oil boiler were increasing. He got the idea in his head to build an efficient stove to keep his family warm and spent months sketching, plotting and planning his first Fisher Wood Stove.

Bob Fisher had some basic criteria that he wanted from his stove, and his wife supplied some of her own:
It had to be an airtight wood stove
Ventilation needed to be restricted and controlable with vents
It had to be able to keep a fire in over night
Carol wanted to be able to cook on the top of the stove
The stove couldn't smoke when the door was opened
The Fisher Stove had to last - this called for heavy duty steel and firebrick

Buyer will need to pick up in Siren, WI and move the stove out of the basement. It is very heavy and will required several strong backs.


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