Who made the wood box stove it has written on it cozy-40 also wimlaw B.C Canada?

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I've a wood box stove with the text: "cozy n°40" on its left side. In its front, below, appears "M C Hess Veijle". Martin Crhistian Hess was the artist who made this stove in the city of Veijle, Denmark. Greetings from Uruguay
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