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GaryB 11-10-2019 07:09 PM

Unmarked and Old Lodge
 
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Picked these up Friday, cleaned and seasoned. I think the Lodge is old just because of the way the #3 looks. The other pan is unmarked except for an I or 1 on the bottom of the handle. Would appreciate any help on identifying. The Lodge is in one pic, the unmarked in the other two.

Doug D. 11-10-2019 07:18 PM

Re: Unmarked and Old Lodge
 
Always need a shot of the entire bottom including handle when requesting ID help.

GaryB 11-15-2019 05:48 PM

Re: Unmarked and Old Lodge
 
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Here's full pics of the top and bottom of the unmarked skillet. I believe the # 3 is from the '40's or '50's.

GaryB 11-15-2019 06:00 PM

Re: Unmarked and Old Lodge
 
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Full pics of the Lodge.

GaryB 11-15-2019 09:20 PM

Re: Unmarked and Old Lodge
 
Any ideas on that unmarked since I've posted new pics? Cooking surface is no where as smooth as the Lodge.

Doug D. 11-15-2019 09:49 PM

Re: Unmarked and Old Lodge
 
You'll need to be a little more patient, the forum shouldn't be thought of as real time answers on demand, and bumping threads is frowned upon. With time, you'll begin to be able to spot handle styles that just have "import", as in Asian or Mexican, written all over them. The Lodge is ca. 1950s. Being a small piece, the 1 on the handle likely signifies its pattern was one of multiple patterns on a single automated molding match plate.

GaryB 11-15-2019 10:58 PM

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Originally Posted by Doug D. (Post 46264)
You'll need to be a little more patient, the forum shouldn't be thought of as real time answers on demand, and bumping threads is frowned upon. With time, you'll begin to be able to spot handle styles that just have "import", as in Asian or Mexican, written all over them. The Lodge is ca. 1950s. Being a small piece, the 1 on the handle likely signifies its pattern was one of multiple patterns on a single automated molding match plate.

Sorry I apologize, I didn't mean to bump threads. Thank you for the information.


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