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12:19PM | 09/05/04
Member Since: 09/04/04
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We have a CROWN GAS STOVE that we have been using for the last 4 year. It works great. It has a oven and a warming oven. It also has a broiler and a storge compartment. Everything works well, but we are remodeling our kitchen and want to find out more information about Crown Gas Stoves. IT was made by Crown Stove Works in Illinois. I have the serial number. Please give me any information about how to find the value of it. We believe that it is a 1950's model.


01:14PM | 09/05/04
Member Since: 11/11/02
2267 lifetime posts
** Please give me any information about how to find the value of it. **

You can get old stove appraisals (for a price) at the following link. They may also be able to tell you a bit about the manufacturer.


I have no personal knowledge of that brand. You can check the Illinois Chamber of Commerce to see if they can supply information about the company which made it.


Dan O.

The Appliance Information Site



11:50AM | 11/15/04
Member Since: 11/14/04
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If you have a Crown Stove, you are very lucky. They are fabulous. I have been using one for more than 30 years. To get an equivelant in terms of quality, you would need to spend at least $3000. Unfortunately, Crown Stoves were too good. The company went bankrupt in the 60s I think. It is a little hard to get inexpensive parts if you need a repair but make lots of calls, especially to places that have used stoves.


11:17PM | 07/23/17
We bought an 1920's home which came with a Crown Kitchen Stove. It was in perfect working order. We had the kitchen enlarged (old small kitchen with no counter space or cabinets!) and I had to keep that Crown stove. It's been 32 years since we moved here and that early 1950's stove is still in perfect condition. I love it!


04:47PM | 09/25/18
I have a crown stove and I want to know what this part is called and how do I clean it


04:53PM | 09/25/18
I also have a crown stove. What is this part and how do I clean this


06:21PM | 02/10/19
I have a lead on the purchase of an 800 series Crown stove, 40 inch, 4 burner, one broiler oven and one standard oven, two warming trays. The electrical schematic drawings on the back of the stove are dated 1975 and 1977. The stove is currently set up for propane. Can anyone provide info on what is needed to convert this stove to natural gas? Thanks! Ron


02:25PM | 10/15/19
I have a mid 70's, six burner, double oven that I want to convert from gas to LP. Does anyone know which parts I would need for that? Do I have to change out the burners or just regulator, and orifices? Any help is appreciated. Thank You, Fred


07:18PM | 01/08/20
I have a yellow 4 burner crown stove 1950,s it has huge burners and Simmer burner in center of each.It boils water in durch I've in 2 mins...amazing stove must weigh 500lbs+++. It's spotless was hardly used.i wish I could find parts I just need center of oven knob.this stove is all chrome.thick yellow enamel it looks almost commercial grade.i have entire knob it just crumbled around chrome....anyone know anybody who sells parts I only need that
Clock isn't working but I'm sure it need oil?? Nice flouresant lite on top with solid chrome shelf.ive never seen a crown stove like it even me find a knob I'll be forever grateful.Tom

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