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Skillets36 of 40Vintage Antique Flat pancake skillett # 8 and "P" marks who made it?????An electric frying pan shaped like a flying saucer
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Posted 4 years ago

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lawat56
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NEED HELP ON ID ON THE HUGE CAST IRON SKILLET IT IS A #16 AND HAS NO MARKS ON THE BOTTOM IT , HAS A HEAT RING AND THAT'S ALL I KNOW YOU COULD THREE CHICKENS AT ONCE IN IT ,IT'S BIG ANY HELP ON ID AND VALUE ,THANKS LAWAT56

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  1. YardSaleDave, 4 years ago
    Wow, that thing must weigh 30 lbs, I have never seen or heard of a pan that big. You can rule out Griswold and Wagner as makers, they never made anything this big. It must have been made special for Chuck Wagon or Lumber Camp use.
  2. Jeff.McDowell, 4 years ago
    I just bought a #12 iron skillet at Goodwill for$15.00, and it is hugh. Yours must be really big. If I was going to sell it, which I'm not. I would probably ask around $35.00 for it,and take $30.00
  3. lawat56 lawat56, 4 years ago
    THANKS GUYS FOR YOUR INPUT ,I REALLY LIKE THIS SKILLET BECAUSE IT IS SO BIG AND I HAVE NEVER SEEN ONE THIS BIG BEFORE MYSELF , I LIKE OLD CAST IRON STUFF I WILL JUST HANG IT UP IN MY SHED WITH THE OTHER OLD SKILLETS I GOT OUT THERE ,I BUILT ME A SHED A FEW YEARS BACK AND I WOULD LIKE TO MAKE LOOK LIKE A OLD COUNTRY STORE , I GOT A LONG WAY TO GO BUT MAYBE ONE OF THESE DAYS.I HAVE A COUPLE OG OLD SKILLETS THAT HAVE LEGS ON THEM AND I GUESS THAT WHERE WHAT I CALL A SPIDER SKILLET,THEY ARE REALLY OLD ONE FOR SURE BUT REALLY COOL LOOKING TOO. THANKS FOR YOUR INPUT GUYS
  4. Aimathena, 1 year ago
    I love cast iron. Were the one with legs used for camp fires?

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