Featured 1800s(?) "Golden Grain" stove. Can't find ANY info. Please help!

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  1. Jon410

    Jon410 New Member

  2. wlwhittier

    wlwhittier Well-Known Member

    Your images are apparently private, Jon...
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  3. komokwa

    komokwa The Truth is out there...!

    help us....to help you !;)
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  4. Bakersgma

    Bakersgma Well-Known Member

    As Whittier has said, your pictures are set to Private so no one but you can see them. Change them to Public to the members who can help can see them.
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  5. Aquitaine

    Aquitaine Is What It IS! But NEVER BORED!

    Hi @Jon410, and WELCOME!! I personally find it a little difficult to find my way around in the GALLERY where images can be uploaded. So, I and MANY, others post directly to the forum they want/choose, with their cell phone OR from the computer....IF you haven't had success with the gallery, here's how to post directly:

    For Future reference, when posting images:

    Each image MUST be UNDER 1 MB....
    There are instructions on site here on how to reduce the size of your image, if that is the problem......you are allowed up to 10 images per post!!! Here are some links to the instructions:

    Try emailing them to yourself as "medium" size, they should then be under 1 MB!

    If on the computer:

    If on an iPhone:

    And if on an Android phone:

    As an added note, when you have your photos LISTED, BUT BEFORE you hit POST, please click on the wording that says to "INSERT EVERY IMAGE AS FULL IMAGE" !! That way, we're not clicking on little thumbnails, but get to see all of the images full sized!! Thanks! Remember, it takes a bit for MOST new members to get the hang of it, but it's really quite simple once you get used to it!!!"
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  6. Jon410

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  7. Jon410

    Jon410 New Member

    Thank you for the info. I have the album to "everyone". So hopefully that helps.
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  8. Aquitaine

    Aquitaine Is What It IS! But NEVER BORED!

    @Jon410, From what I can see/find, a Golden Grain Stove burns 'corn pellets'......I didn't see the age, but below is a link you can check out:


    I still haven't seen an age of one.....and one site was NOT secure, so did not continue to that site......who knew....corn grain or pellets to burn!!!!
    Here's another link, this company SELLS golden grain or corn grain stoves, so maybe they can be of help to you:


    and one more : and 2 last links: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FeAvUC0K3sc and

    Hoping I'm NOT way off base on these, If I am, SO SORRY!!!
    Last edited: Dec 2, 2023
  9. 2manybooks

    2manybooks Well-Known Member

    Unfortunately, what @Aquitaine found is a modern stove with the same name. This makes doing internet searches much more difficult.

    Are there any other markings/manufacturer's name on the stove? Do you have any information on where it came from (country, state)?
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  10. johnnycb09

    johnnycb09 Well-Known Member

    Pity the poor woman who had to slave over that beast ! Attractive though it is.
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  11. Boland

    Boland Well-Known Member

    Cool looking thing!
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  12. Boland

    Boland Well-Known Member

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  13. 2manybooks

    2manybooks Well-Known Member

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  14. moreotherstuff

    moreotherstuff Izorizent

    That's a fine looking stove. The woman who cooked on it probably felt she had the latest and greatest.
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