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Old 05-05-2018, 05:24 PM
SMcAuley SMcAuley is offline
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Default Help ID'ing Waffle Iron

New Member Here,
I have a general question regarding a waffle iron I picked up today.
I have been looking around at flea markets and Auction sites for a couple years looking for somthing affordable,

Not really looking for a collectable antique I am looking for a "user"

I found this today and the price was right, so it came home with me

It looks like a Griswold, but it does not say Griswold, if it is a knock off it appears to be a decent quality knock off and I am sure it will make fine waffles

Can anyone tell me what I have here?

Photos attached,
Top Pan says "No 8" and "Pat'd Dec. 1.1908." The pan number is 336
top pan.jpg
Bottom Pan Says "Pat'd Dec. 1.1908." The pan number is 331
bottom pan.JPG
It is a short base and says "Griswold 975"
base.JPG
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