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D_Madden 09-02-2019 09:36 PM

Erie #7 Shallow Skillet
 
too bad about the pitting on the bottom... but the rest of the little guy is smooo-oooooth.

https://imgur.com/gallery/xebUDDC

I noticed the three holed handle right away, and the bottom was covered with crud... I could just make out parts of the tops of some of the 'erie' letters, everything else was covered up... the seller actually had it marked as a wagner ware griddle.

SeanD 09-03-2019 06:16 PM

Re: Erie #7 Shallow Skillet
 
Thanks for the pics...I have never seen one of these....Pretty sweet shape too considering how old it is.

WallyF 09-05-2019 07:29 PM

Re: Erie #7 Shallow Skillet
 
D.

Nice find. The cooking surface looks really good. I don't recall coming across one of those handles. Had to be exciting, especially when the seller didn't know what it was.

D_Madden 09-05-2019 09:03 PM

Re: Erie #7 Shallow Skillet
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by WallyF (Post 45672)
D.

Nice find. The cooking surface looks really good. I don't recall coming across one of those handles. Had to be exciting, especially when the seller didn't know what it was.

I've seen the three hole handles before... seems like griswold made some, wagner made some and wapak (probably a copy of either griswold or wanger), maybe a favorite... and I know they aren't very common.. .and I saw a #10 shallow skillet marked erie with no pattern number sell at the last dinky's auction for $1600...(it was almost perfect top and bottom.. .but the rare part was that it was a #10 shallow skillet).. so I was ok paying the $30... given that the cooking surface wasn't too gunked up and I could see it would be nice... the bottom was mostly covered and I thought there might be some pitting... but I don't really mind on erie's of this age. it was used and used often.


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