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Now to find steel skillets. My favorite feature (besides the smooth interior, of course) is the thumb depression in the handle and the wonderful control and balance it imparts. I worked at a place Vintage Cast Iron that had a shot peening machine. Mike says: Vintage Cast Iron January 11, 2014 at 6:47 pm Does the Wagner Ware Sidney O #9 1059E fall into that same era as James’ 1058? 3 large logo griswolds 2 small logo and 1 wagnerware. Billy says: August 18, 2014 at Vintage Cast Iron 12:10 pm Hi there, Fred. Monitor for a couple weeks and if you’re savvy, you can set up an email alert to send you a message when new items are listed that meet your criteria. It also has a heat ring on the bottom. I just reviewed some similar items on eBay and it looks like a minimum of $20-25. Billy says: Vintage Cast Iron August 18, 2014 at 12:25 pm Hi Michelle, it is probably worth $30 75. Bottom Vintage Cast Iron says “Wagner Junior” Pat. I tried for 2 days to clean it before that. How Vintage Cast Iron can I tell how old it is? These pans are the same as the above post Wagner Ware (shared W ) Sidney -O- On the bottom large pan 1060A median pan can’t read small pan 1056A My brother ( 70 years young said ” I remember Grandma cooking in those things”) I’m not selling, but any idea what they are worth? Thanks for stopping by here again. ) Go to our new site: WagnerWare Cast Iron Skillet 1058 Wagner Manufacturing Company This is the start of the Wagner cast iron dynasty as we are familiar with it. I’m always on the lookout for good cast iron. I just have an electric waffle maker here at home Vintage Cast Iron so I can only imagine how good those waffles are. Billy Jennifer Highsmith says: July 25, 2014 at 8:34 pm Thank you for the reply, Billy. Billy says: August 18, 2014 at 12:30 pm Oh, I’m guessing but it’s probably over $200+ and with the shiny finish it may be a little more. Pamela Long says: June 28, 2014 at 5:26 pm I just bought some skillets and one is a #10 Wagner. I have 2 that just have 5 H. It’s remarkable how nice the Lodge Vintage Cast Iron pans are after sanded them. The “Wagner” has a bit of an arc to it, while “Ware” is written Vintage Cast Iron straight with no arc. That’s from about 1924 1945 as reported from the Kim Freiman says: July 16, 2014 at 9:20 am I found my second 10 inch skillet at a tag sale for $20 which I thought I might have paid too much for. Can you provide me with any information; When it was patented, how rare, what is it worth? Billy says: November 1, 2013 at 5:22 am Hi Crista, That’s very cool to have an heirloom piece like that. Kind regards, Pamela Billy says: July 27, 2014 at 10:38 Vintage Cast Iron am Hey Pamela, That’s a cool pan and you have done your research! It has the script-style on the “W” where there is a small loop in the center.
It looks like they are smoother than Lodge Cast Iron. Sorry to hear that. Also, is that nickel plate? I like the ease of two hand pick up with the loop. Wagner Manufacturing was able to produce world class cookware, rivaling and later surpassing the other powerhouse in the cast iron cookware arena, Griswold. They are superior to anything on the market today. I Vintage Cast Iron think you got a great deal there! The bottom line is that if the tea pot says “1891 Original” then, against logic, the cast iron piece is probably only about 20 years old. Diane says: September 23, 2013 at 5:02 pm how much is a fat free fryer worth 12 or 121 2 inch with ridges. At the bottom it says in all caps, “11 3 4 INCH SKILLET” then underneath that “MADE IN USA” and at the very bottom a small character it’s in pretty rough shape but it looks like A or maybe 4. Sorry I can’t offer more help on that! Jill Moncilovich says: October 7, 2013 at 11:05 am Looking for a polished inside Vintage Cast Iron cast iron skillet that has handle with opposing loop on other side. From what I’ve managed to research I Vintage Cast Iron believe it to be 1915 to 1920 maybe? Wagner Hollow Ware Company (Pre Wagner Manufacturing Company) The official start of the Wagner Manufacturing Company was in 1891 and you can see the centennial commemoration of this in the 1991 version of the cast iron frying pan. Bonnie Sims says: February 8, 2014 at 11:22 pm I have a square piece divided into three sections; two small, equally divided at one end, and a third, Vintage Cast Iron wider, reaching from side to side. Billy Amy Winn says: Vintage Cast Iron January 9, 2014 at 4:22 pm Thanks, Billy. The other marking is probably just a notation of what mold was used in the factory, like a model number. But if you can tell me where on the bottom of the cookware the Vintage Cast Iron writing is located, it would help. My first one 10 to 10 1 8 inches was a Wagner Vintage Cast Iron and was stolen! But I don’t think they are as Vintage Cast Iron smooth as the old stuff pre-1960. Took it out and it is absolutely like new! So while one could say that Wagner Ware was born in 1891, it was conceived a number of years before. On the bottom it has the Wagner Ware Sydney logo on the Vintage Cast Iron bottom with the “0”. Where did you get it?
Billy says: September 30, 2013 at 6:46 pm Hi Margaret! Have you been able to replace it yet? Think the corn bread pan c is from the 1950’s Billy says: September 30, 2013 at 6:32 pm Hey Diane! Traci says: January 20, 2014 at 9:17 am Hi, I have had for some time an 11 3 4 skillet, can’t find any like it on web searches. It’s hard to tell Vintage Cast Iron exactly most of the time.
Congrats on the purchase. Ans tbe Vintage Cast Iron others need cleaned to read a y idea’s on how old? Erik Swanstrom says: November Vintage Cast Iron 6, 2014 at 11:08 pm Hey Billy, been wanting to contact you for a bit. That’s really cool and a great deal! Can you tell me what is written on the bottom of the cornbread pan? Please tell me how old it is. Billy says: July 27, 2014 at 9:55 am Hey Mark That’s a nice one. At the bottom of the skillet, it says “11 34 SKILLET” and “MADE IN USA”. Billy says: November 17, 2013 at 3:47 pm Hey Elizabeth, That sounds like a great little pan. The bottom says Wagner Ware (the W is shared) and says Sidney -O- underneath. The pattern on it Vintage Cast Iron is very distinct. I still have the lid from my old one, but if one is available with lid I could always use an extra lid. I will send you an email to get the picture. Companies are bought and sold, consolidated and dismantled, and the cast iron cookware business is no different. The ” WAGNER” is straight block letters with a sort of fancy G. Keith Mc says: April 4, Vintage Cast Iron 2014 at 3:49 pm I just inherited my 91 year-old mother’s skillet when she passed away last month. Griswold Dutch Oven at the New Mexico History Museum in the Cowboy Exhibit Griswold Dutch Oven at the New Mexico History Museum in the Cowboy Exhibit Go to our new site: Beginning of the End Frying an Egg WagnerWare Cast Iron Skillet 1056 Effectively, the Griswold manufacturing plant in Erie, Pennsylvania was shut down in 1957 and any Griswold cookware made after this period was out of the Wagner Manufacturing Sidney, Ohio plant.
Jennifer Highsmith says: January 26, 2014 at 6:45 pm We just purchased a Wagner fat free fryer and I was hoping you could give us some insight into the possible age. Also we gave $25 for it. Marykay says: May 3, 2014 at 10:26 pm I purchased a Wagner Sidney O skillet, medium sized, at the Cameron Antique Festival,and the ‘blacking’ came off just from sitting on the stove next to the skillet that was being used. Wagner bought Griswold in 1952 and some manufacturing was done by Wagner with some equipment from Griswold. I’ve just gone through the process Vintage Cast Iron of restoring it and I’m trying to get an idea of just how old it is. NikaSeal Plating and Cylinder Repair tel: 1. The “A” tells the factory the cast mold that was used. Does Vintage Cast Iron wagner make lids? PowerSeal USA can also recondition the cast aluminum cylinders plated with chrome from the 1970s and 1980s. Billy says: July 25, 2014 at 2:17 pm Vintage Cast Iron Hey James. Billy says: July 27, 2014 at 10:00 am Hey DrJill. I would love any Vintage Cast Iron information you could offer on this piece. That sounds like a pre-1915 era piece. It was not an Vintage Cast Iron antique or particularly valuable. In addition, the brothers manufactured tin hollowware for government contracts. And upon further investigation, I found a similar model online. They have a wide range quality and a huge selection. On the bottom it says Wagner Ware Sydney -O- 1058 I. I think it’s from the 1922 1959 period How do you like it? They just about do last forever if you Vintage Cast Iron take care of them. It also has a 5 on the handle. Thanks for coming by! Find photos of vintage and modern cast iron and more. The logo on my skillet looks like the one in the 2nd photo above but the skillet does not have the decorated look on the outer side of the skillet. Most likely, each Vintage Cast Iron one is probably worth about $35-75 USD. Any idea of the age on this piece. Have you cooked anything on Vintage Cast Iron it yet? Below that is an ‘X’.
I think it is a ducth oven no lid. Billy says: September 25, 2013 at 10:22 am It depends a lot on the condition but it could be from $50 $170. I use only Wagner and Griswold skillets for cooking. It is probably a 6 on the handle too. Just click on the thumbnail and we will see you there. Thanks for Vintage Cast Iron the question. Cheers, Kim, and thanks for the tip. Your suggestions make sense! Let me know if you have any other questions. Charlie says: July 2, 2014 at 8:04 pm Thank you all for the wealth of information. Our “members only” section will Vintage Cast Iron give you access to photos and other items of interest from previous articles. I looked at the photos on and do not see one that matches. Is this part of the design? You can tell the quality difference pretty much immediately. 98 Vintage Cast Iron first ab&i for me. The bottom is smooth. Put back together again. On the Vintage Cast Iron bottom it has Wagner Ware Sidney O HS 1058 on it. Also, this time of year around the holidays Vintage Cast Iron tends to make prices higher. That will encourage the highest number of bids. I wanted to share this hint so more people save these priceless pieces! It was actually covered, and I mean covered, Vintage Cast Iron with black, gunk-y, cracked seasoning. If not this will be last Wagner we buy. On eBay or privately? It had the number 1056 M on the bottom Vintage Cast Iron and either a 6 or 9 on the handle. I want to make sure I know what you have there you have the lid to a dutch oven but no dutch oven, right? Anyone know about this small skillet? The former employee noted above is Peter Pike and is the President CEO of the American Culinary Corporation. I just Vintage Cast Iron got into collecting vantage Cast iron as a hobby. Just Click the “Learn More” arrow in Vintage Cast Iron this column to fill out your simple application. That sounds like a really Vintage Cast Iron cool piece. Charlie Crouch says: March 17, 2014 at 12:38 pm Hello I have a Wagner Sydney o it has a wire handle that hang’s from a fire 1 Vintage Cast Iron 2 inch thick 10 inch lid Billy says: July 27, 2014 at 10:01 am Hey Charlie, That sounds like you have a classic dutch oven there. Lo La says: February 26, 2014 at 2:07 pm I have a Wagner Ware skillet I found in Vintage Cast Iron my grandmother’s attic. Billy Vintage Cast Iron says: November 26, 2013 at 2:05 pm Hey Laura That’s really cool. ( my mom bought a few pieces a 10-15 years back n was very excited and speaks of them allll the time) I was Vintage Cast Iron starting a family and getting the hang of cooking for hubby and kids so basic pots and pans where good enough! It was given to me(or pasted down)by my father. I agree with you 100. Billy says: July 27, 2014 at 10:22 am Hey Sharon, Great find! The number on the top of the handle appears to be a 6.
” The answer was Vintage Cast Iron in the garbage. PowerSeal USA offers a choice of upgrade and repair solutions for these. That will give you some room to bargain if needed. That’s cool that you’ll be able to keep that very nice heirloom. I got it cleaned up & on the bottom it says Wagner Ware Sidney 0. I have a 1058 Vintage Cast Iron as well. Thanks for your time, Erik Janet Crane says: April 30, 2015 at 4:02 pm I have never seen a skillet like the one I have. After a few hours with some oven cleaner the beautiful, hammered finish was exposed.