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Old 08-25-2019, 10:23 PM
D_Madden D_Madden is offline
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Default Some Pieces I Got at the Dinkys Cast Iron Auction

favorite piqua smiley 6 chrome plated https://imgur.com/gallery/ClF11zP

wooden handled wagner broiler https://imgur.com/gallery/VwAC13E

victor #9 with some interesting ghost marks https://imgur.com/gallery/AW1XvAK

GF Filley #12 gem pan https://imgur.com/gallery/3MSn7ls

griswold 947 10 cup golf ball pan https://imgur.com/gallery/jpgwAP3

flat lid for my block wagner #9 dutch oven... they were selling the lid as an early erie lid... but I think it's wagner... any thoughts? https://imgur.com/gallery/OeSNRk0

Ozark crescent #8 dutch oven and lid: https://imgur.com/gallery/oP3xlFg

griswold skillet griddle https://imgur.com/gallery/3caa6nP

erie #5 yankee bowl (this thing is huge) https://imgur.com/gallery/xyEo755
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Old 09-01-2019, 06:05 AM
Greg Brunett Greg Brunett is offline
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Default Re: Some Pieces I Got at the Dinkys Cast Iron Auction

Man, Ive not been to Dinky's in years.... looks like you got some good pieces there!
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Old 09-02-2019, 09:29 PM
D_Madden D_Madden is offline
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Default Re: Some Pieces I Got at the Dinkys Cast Iron Auction

yeah, they have been having 'cast iron only' auctions twice a year lately... with a nice mixture of really high end rare pieces.. and then some pieces that go for reasonable prices... there is a 20% 'fee' for online buyers so it really pays to be there in person... but even with the 20% fee and shipping costs.. .there were a lot of items that were sold to online bidders. Also, they had about 120 pieces that they considered 'users' that they sold friday night at their normal friday night auction, I got the chrome favorite piqua 6 then.. and the ozark dutch oven.
I found out they will be having another auction in november, they bought some guys entire collection and will be selling friday during the day (from like 9 - 6).. then they will have their usual friday night auction and sell some there and then all day saturday...again, 9 til whenever.
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Old 09-06-2019, 09:09 AM
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Default Re: Some Pieces I Got at the Dinkys Cast Iron Auction

D,

Can you remove the wooden handle from the Wagner broiler? If not how do you strip and season the pan without damaging the handle?
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Old 09-09-2019, 09:47 PM
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Default Re: Some Pieces I Got at the Dinkys Cast Iron Auction

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D,

Can you remove the wooden handle from the Wagner broiler? If not how do you strip and season the pan without damaging the handle?
yes. it unscrews.
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Old 09-16-2019, 09:59 PM
Tony Fraser Tony Fraser is offline
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Default Re: Some Pieces I Got at the Dinkys Cast Iron Auction

Just wow... I went looking at all the goodwills and salvation army stores in NYC I could make it to this weekend. All I found was a pan section at the goodwill in Brooklyn, and this pan section had a single pan, an egg pan. It was a little egg pan with a plastic happy face on the handle. I think I saw them at Target about 10 years ago for maybe five bucks.

So jealous.


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