The Weir Stove Company was one of the most successful and prolific cooking and heating stoves manufacturers in the late 19th and early 20th century. Their factory, located in Taunton, Massachusetts, earned the town the nickname of “Stove City” and still stands even though the business ran aground in the 1940s. This late 19th-century double cast iron cook stove is model No. 14, a beefy high-end model in its day, and is in excellent shape.