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Griswold No. 8 skillet

This old Griswold cast iron skillet stands 2" high with diameters of 10-1/2" at the top and 9" at the bottom. It measures 11-1/4" across at its double pouring spouts and 15-1/4" across at its handle that’s marked with an 8 and features an elongated hole for hanging. Bottom is marked GRISWOLD in a cross surrounded by a double circle, and also says “No. 8,” “Erie PA,” and carries the number 704 with an A underneath. The small cross logo with block lettering dates this skillet to 1937-1957. (See the Griswold story here.) It’s in decent vintage condition with light surface rusting consistent with its age and usage. Collectors love to display these old Griswolds in their kitchens, but should you wish to actually use this one, there are several web sites that give complete instructions for removing rust, cleaning, and seasoning cast iron cookware. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $40.00 + s/h

** SOLD **

 

Griswold No. 3 skillet

This smaller Griswold cast iron skillet stands 1-3/8" high with diameters of 6-1/2" at the top and 4-5/8" at its raised bottom heat ring. It measures 7" across at its double pouring spouts and 10-1/4" across at its handle that’s marked with a 3 and features an elongated hole for hanging. Bottom is marked GRISWOLD in a cross surrounded by a double circle with “Cast Iron Skillet 3” above and “Erie, PA., U.S.A. 709 B” underneath. The large cross logo with block lettering and “Erie, PA, U.S.A” underneath dates this little skillet to 1919-1940, and its heat ring makes it one of the more uncommon pieces. (See the Griswold story here.) It’s in excellent vintage condition with no rust. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $60.00 + s/h

** SOLD **

 

Griswold cooking pot

Ol’ Swaphos is quite convinced that this old Griswold cooking pot with hanging handle was Cookie’s favorite for rustlin’ up grub over an open campfire next to his chuckwagon on treks along the Santa Fe Trail! I don’t know about that, but considering that this pot’s bottom markings – italicized GRISWOLD in large cross and double circle, with 936 above and ERIE underneath in block capital letters – dates it to 1897-1920, I suppose it’s possible, and it sure makes a great story! (See the Griswold story here.) What I know for sure is that this pot holds 1 gallon and stands 5" tall with diameters of 9" at the top and 6-3/4" at its raised bottom heat ring. It measures 10-1/4" across at the two handles where the flip-up wire bale is attached, and 9-1/2" across at its single lug handle, underneath which is a large wire loop for hanging on a wall or pot rack. Remarkably good condition for its age. Exterior is still shiny black although the interior shows heat blistering and light surface rust where some of the blisters have popped. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $70.00 + s/h

 

  only 1 available

 

Unmarked No. 3 skillet #1

This little cast iron skillet stands 1-1/4" tall with diameters of 6-5/8" at the top and 5-1/2" at the heat ring bottom. It measures 7" across at its double pour spouts and 10-1/2" across at its handle that features an elongated hole for hanging. Bottom is marked only with a 3 in a diamond, to the right of which is a tipped over 4. Excellent vintage condition with no rust. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $25.00 + s/h

** SOLD **

 

Unmarked No. 3 skillet #2

This is another small unmarked cast iron skillet. This one stands 1-3/8" tall with diameters of 6-3/8" at the top and 5-1/4" at the heat ring bottom. It measures 6-3/4" across at its double pour spouts and 10" across at its handle that is marked with a 3 and features an elongated hole for hanging. Bottom is completely unmarked. Decent vintage condition with light surface rusting consistent with its age and usage. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $25.00 + s/h

 

  only 1 available

 

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