Inventory

Skillet Inventory

No.AllNickle
Chrome
Erie/SeriesGriswoldWapakWagnerLodgeOtherFrom
Sundown
3Gc,G3x, Pq, Wp, L, M, BSRGcGc,G-3eaWpWwL***Pq, M, BSR
4Wp, GcGcGcWp
5G,Gc,PqGcG,GcPqNoName
L 3-notch
6L, G,Gc,WpGcG,GcWpL
7Gc, EGcE/2ndGc9-3/4"
8Gc-deep,Wp, WwGc-deepGcWpWwWw
9 E, En-deep,L,WwEn-deepEn/3rd
E/2nd
Ww*L
10Gc, Wp, Wp GcGcWp 2eaWw
Ww**
Ww
11EnEnEn/3rd
12Wp, LWpL***L
13
14BC
* Chicken Fryer ; ** Chicken Fryer with Lid, *** Unmarked

Sets – Not included above

No.                    3         5        6            7           8            9
K-7/12/13         G                   G                         G
T                      G                  Ww                    Ww
J                      M       BSR                   Wp                      Wp
M-7/4/13 – No. 8 Wagner Ware Cast Iron deep skillet with glass lid PN 1088S

Legend:

  • BC – Bayou Classic
  • BSR – Birmingham Stove and Range
  • E – Erie, suffix n indicates nickel
  • G – Griswold, suffix c indicates chrome or maybe nickel
  • L – Lodge
  • M – Martin Stove and Range
  • Pq – Favorite Piqua Ware
  • Ww – WagnerWare
  • Wp – Wapak

Dutch Ovens

  • No. 8  Griswold Cast Iron Tite Top Dutch Oven.
  • No. 8  Made in USA – 9.5″ top diameter x 4″ deep likely Griswold Erie based on the bail’s ears.
  • No. 9 Wagner Ware Dutch Oven
  • No. 12  Made in USA – likely Lodge 1930’s vintage  13.5″ at top x 4.5″ . Double spouts and double ears small.
  • Bayou Classics – 8.5 Quart with heavy lid for coals. 12″ ID x 5″ depth.

Took to the farm

  • March 24, 2013 – Lodge #6 and Griswold #8/large logo warped. Not included in table above.
  • July 4, 2013 – Returned 3-notch No. 12 unmarked Lodge after cleaning and re-seasoning that is in the table above.  Also took back the two unmarked rough 6?’s that are not listed in the table.

Griddles

  • No. 8? Wagner Ware Sidney -O-  1109 M.  Dorothy S. Davis’ griddle.
  • No. 12 Wapak Griddle with bail
  • No. 10 Favorite Piqua Ware, smiley logo

Gem Pans, corn bread pans, waffle irons

  • “Corn Bread Skillet” arc at 12-o’clock and “PAT. PENDING” at 6 o’clock
  • Griswold French Roll Pan, No 11, PN 950A
  • Griswold Aluminum Corn Bread Pan No. 8022
  • Erie Muffin Pan, No. 10, Aluminum
  • Wagner Ware Corn Bread Muffin Pan
  • Waffle iron with low base, 8″ heart-design, Western Importing Co.
  • Waffle Iron Favorite Piqua Ware No 8

Pots

  • No. 3 Maslin style pot with lid and Star mark. Bail ears and quality indicate Erie, pre-Griswold
  • No. 8 Erie Yankee Pot, PN 10-91, with 3 legs and ring band for wood stone eye
  • Cast Iron Pot with high ears for the bale handle and gate mark
  • No. 2 Wapak Scotch Pot
  • No. 3 Erie Scotch Pot
  • No. 4 Erie Scotch Pot, PN 782

Cast Iron found at Sundown Farms – Skillets are included in table above.

  • No. 12? Made in USA, three notch [Lodge]. Cleaned and re-seasoned in spring 2013.
  • No. 10 Wagner Ware Sidney -O-  1060 with the 10 on the handle.   Dorothy S. Davis’ skillet.
  • No. 7. Only markings are “9 3/4″ SKILLET” with an S below that text and the 7 on the handle
  • No. 5? unmarked skillet with pitted and rough cooking surface
  • No. 5 unmarked Lodge three-notch in the recessed heat ring, maker’s mark E at 6 o’clock and a large 5 at 12 o’clock.
  • No. 8? Wagner Ware Sidney -O-  1109 M
  • Corn Bread Skillet with open center. Markings from 12 to 6 o’clock are D 8 CB [hole] MADE IN USA
  • “CORN BREAD SKILLET”  in an arc at 12-o’clock and “MADE IN USA” in top of each other in block form at 6 o’clock.
  • Corn Bread stick pan with X35 recessed in the bottom of one stick and clearly written by hand.
  • Universal meat grinder
  • Miracle Maid meat grinder
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