New house with stove - what make / model is it?

Canterbury, United Kingdom

Hello everyone,

I have just moved into a new house which has a stove installed. The chimney sweep said it has been installed professionally and very nicely and mentioned that it might be a 'Hunter' however I can't find anything online to help me identify it.

I don't suppose anybody knows what make or model the stove is? And also whether it is multifuel as everything I have read online seems to suggest that it is (as it has a raised grate and ash pan).


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Durhamville, NY(Zone 5b)

I adjusted your picture so someone can see the details in it. At first I was going to say that it wasn't multi fuel as it didn't have a double set of drafts so that you could get air top and bottom, but after looking at a few pictures I'm not so sure it isn't a wood coal unit. Does it have a firebrick fire box. If it doesn't then it is just wood, if it does then it may be both coal and wood.

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Canterbury, United Kingdom

Hi Doug thanks for replying and for adjusting the image!

It has two airflow controls, the obvious one at the bottom but also a slider at the top (you can see it to the right of the centre just under the top plate).

It has a raised grate with a removal ash pan underneath, and it has a cantilevered riddler grate. It has firebricks either side and a baffle up the back and over the top.

Hope those are the right terms (new to all this!)

Burnley, United Kingdom

May be wrong, but I think it's a Franco Belge stove, possibly the Montfort model.
Google Image search it and you'll be able to verify
On the inside of the stoves firebox, is the base a metal grate or vermiculite (composite firebrick material) ?

Toccoa, GA

Following IndoorsOut theory, I found this stove that appears identical:

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