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    Question Cast Iron Skillet

    Can anyone help ID the maker of this skillet?





    Thanks!

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    Somebody in China?
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    Don't really think so, It been in my family a long while, I am the 3rd generation caretaking it.

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    I'm not sure, but I have a #6 just like it.
    I think there was a time when Erie had no makers mark, but I could be mistaken.
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    Just guessing but griswald(erie) would be my first gues considering the age. I also think they marked thier early pans with the size on the handle. ....Nice pan by the way

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    Your question has really sparked my curiosity. Check out this link under the Wagner pans...might be a match?
    http://www.panman.com/sale.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Line cooked View Post
    Your question has really sparked my curiosity. Check out this link under the Wagner pans...might be a match?
    http://www.panman.com/sale.html
    That looks like it, the 5 is the same and its listed as unmarked. Thanks for the help!

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    Hmm, a Wagner. Good catch, I was guessing a Griswold at first too with that marking on front and the handle style.
    Looks like a nice a pan, them old ones usually have lots of pitting, good to see one so well cared for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim View Post
    That looks like it, the 5 is the same and its listed as unmarked. Thanks for the help!
    Very welcome

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    Very nice. Cast iron treasure right there.

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