Crane was located in Braintree, Ma and made coal stoves from the late 1970's through the mid-1980's. As with most coal stove companies of the time, it fell on hard times when heating oil and other fuels plunged in price and were available cheaper than Anthracite Coal.
We currently do not have any patterns for Crane wood stoves.
Crane is a manufacturer of wood stoves that has been in business since the 1970s. Their stoves are designed to be efficient and environmentally friendly, using a combination of wood and pellets as fuel.
Some of the models of wood stoves produced by Crane include the 44A, 88, 404, 404E, 44S, and 44F. These stoves vary in terms of size, heating capacity, and features, but are all designed to be high-quality and durable.
Crane wood stoves are known for their unique and stylish designs, which incorporate elements of modern and traditional aesthetics. They are also designed to be easy to use and maintain, with features such as ash pans, adjustable air controls, and easy-to-clean surfaces.
Crane wood stoves are sold through authorized dealers and distributors throughout the United States and Canada. They are also backed by a limited warranty, which covers parts and labor for a period of time after purchase.