Welcome to Mill Creek Antiques

Ta da! You’re reading the first blog entry for Mill Creek Antiques! Who are we? Well, antique stoves is our middle name. For 37 years Mill Creek Antiques has been buying, selling, and trading unique and rare antiques of the highest quality. Well known all
across the country for a specialty in restoring and selling authentic stoves, we have an extensive line of antique wood stoves and cook stoves. We carry quality names like Round Oak, Great Western, Florence, Riverside, German Heater & Bridge & Beach.

Round Oak Model E-20

Mill Creek Antiques got its start when Steve Hund Jr., owner and lineal descendant of Paxico’s first German founders, purchased a historic 1880’s building in downtown Paxico to house his collection of American and Victorian antiques. He continues to specialize in the restoration of vintage wood and gas heating stoves and cook stoves.

In 2005 we launched Ebay sales so check us each week to see what’s up for bids!

In 2010 we joined the WordPress blogging community. Consider subscribing to our blog so you can keep up with what’s going on in the stove shop.

Let’s keep those home fires burning!

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Published in: on September 28, 2010 at 9:57 pm  Comments (5)  
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  2. Thanks for some other wonderful article. Where else may anyone get that kind of info in
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    • Information on stoves is very limited on the internet. If you have any specific questions, you can contact us through the email on our website, and we might be able to help you out!

  3. I have a J.L.Mott cast iron corner parlor stove that is in good shape. The Pat. was in 1872. I have no clue on what this stove is worth. Can’t find no one that can tell men either. Can someone give me a ideal.

    • Worth is very individual to the stove, so we would really have to see it to know. If you would like to email us pictures at stoveking@millcreekantiques.com, we could look at it and give you an idea. Pictures of the inside and the outside will give us the best idea.


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