Antique high-end wood cook stove CraigsList
Just found this for sale just south of Twin Cities area of Minn.: a 4-burner cookstove with fancy molded iron trim, nickel trim, and two porcelain medallions. There is a water-heating well at back. I believe there is a small oven. "This is an absolutely gorgeous antique wood cook stove made by The Great Western Stove Company. It is a Woodbine Model No. 922 C" $1000, you fetch it. Photos make it look incredibly clean. In my humble opinion it's from the third or fourth quarter of 19th century or perhaps pre-WWI.
I found this info about the company: http://www.kancoll.org/books/cutler/leavenworth/leavenworth-co-p13.html
The plains states and Rocky Mt area looks to have been the company's distribution range.
Amazingly, there's a website on how to clean up one. http://www.ehow.com/how_5887110_clean-great-western-antique-stove.html
Website says company stoves were likely built between 1875 and 1920.
In a quick search online I saw parlor stoves but no other ranges (I quit after 2 pgs. of links; tried the Google Images and only found this one)
Here is a link that might be useful: Four burner Great Western Wood Burning Stove