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All Nighter wood stove

All Nighter Stove Works was another big heating concern in the late 1970s. The details are a little sketchy, but it may have had design and copy issues with either Fisher or Chubby Stoves

They have a pretty big following and even used units can go for near $1000 dollars or more used. They had an advanced airtight system which was pretty high-tech for the time. Most models that you see out today are either the Big Moe or Moe Jr(Little Moe). There was also a Chubby Moe a Mid-Moe and a Giant Moe model as well. They had interesting names for sure! The model name would be imprinted right on the door.

If you're trying to guess the model here's a breakdown:

Little Moe: Can fit 18" logs

Mid Moe: Can fit 24" logs

Big Moe: Can fit 36" logs

Here's a spec sheet for the Big Moe: All-Nighter-Big-Moe-Specs-Sheet

For replacement glass for the Moe, look into mica.


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