1950s Godin Stove 1950s Godin Stove 1950s Godin Stove

1950s Godin Stove


This 1950s stove by the Godin Co. was made in France.

It is primarily designed to burn coal, and would suit all smokeless fuels or small briquette type "green" fuels.

It will happily burn smaller wood logs, but will perform best with coal sized fuels.

It is of a double skin construction.
The outer shell is Vitreous enamelled cast iron, with a steel and cast iron inner combustion chamber that is lined with fireclay.

The enamel on this model is dark ( teapot) brown.

It is controlled by a single circular air intake vent, which is below the two roughly oval windows. These windows glow like eyes when the stove is lit.

The flue outlet is to the back of the stove

The black knob to the right is a riddler and the fuel is fed in from a top lid.

This will be a very efficient stove and will rival much more modern ones. The likely output will be about 4 kw.

It is designed for continous use and will burn overnight.

You can easily burn this stove for several weeks and not let it go out.

A door in the front allows access to the burning chamber to remove any build-up of clinker.

Condition:VERY GOOD


  • Size
  • Overall Width
    13.5 inches ( cm)
  • Overall Height
    22.5 inches ( cm)
  • Overall Depth
    132 inches ( cm)
  • Flue Width
    3.25 inches ( cm)
  • Flue Height
    inches ( cm)
  • Heat output up to 4 kW