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Posted 2 years ago

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mlksck
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I recently purchased this cast iron pot at a local thrift store for $35.00. I did not know anything about it, but liked it. I have tried to find out any info on it with no success. The pot is cast iron and has no visible seams. It does have what I was told is a GATE(raised ridge on the bottom). It does 3 QT on the bottom as well as a makers mark S & T. It is 7 inches tall and is 9 1/2 inches wide. I do not know if the lid is original as it seems to be made of a lighter tin like material. I was wondering if anyone could give me an idea as to the age of it, as well as the name of the maker and did I get a good deal for $35.00?

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  1. mlksck, 2 years ago
    In case someone else has a similar item, I did find out more about it. It was made by Sharp & Thomas that was based in Central Pennsylvania from the early 1800's to about 1880 and is valued at $125.00

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