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Old 08-25-2021, 10:23 PM
Karl R Karl R is offline
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I got the first one at an antique shop… I paid around 40 bucks for it. I was thinking it was really old and maybe it was a fair price. I always get concerned with it being a knockoff or something. I think it’s a mental thing. Especially after being ripped off on some gem pans. About a year later, I was in another antique shop and I saw something that looked awfully familiar. It was all crusty, but it looked like the pot I picked up before. I saw the 28 dollar price and asked if he was negotiable. Dropped the price to 20. I could see what looked to say Sidney under the grime. Anyway, one just says, “Sidney” and has the size. The other, “Wagner, Sidney O, and the size. I’m guessing one is just older than the other. Or maybe a different mold. At any rate, finding another of the same pot put my mind at ease about it being a knockoff. I do use the pot. I made clam cakes just the other day. The shape of the pot is great because of the rounded bottom. Makes scooping a lot easier.
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Old 08-26-2021, 09:46 AM
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From the prices I see in my area you got a great buy on the last one and a pretty good buy on the first one.
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Old 08-26-2021, 11:14 AM
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Scotch bowls, made for cooking things requiring constant stirring. Pieces marked just "SIDNEY" in block letters were either made in the Sidney Hollowware plant after Wagner purchased it or in the Wagner plant after Wagner sold the SHW foundry back to Philip Smith.

Related: https://www.castironcollector.com/trademarks.php#wagner
Also: http://www.castironcollector.com/sidney.php
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Old 08-26-2021, 01:51 PM
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Nice!! I’m thrilled to know they’re over a century old. They really are useful pots. But why Scotch pots? Butterscotch? I could see that needing constant stirring.

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From the prices I see in my area you got a great buy on the last one and a pretty good buy on the first one.
Whereabouts are you from? Honestly, I see some totally ridiculous prices. One of the dealers at an antique shop was trying to pump me for information, haha. He said, “I heard anything with Griswold and Wagner on it is worth big money. What should I sell this for”? It was a griddle. I said i wouldn’t go any higher than 30. A week later he had it priced for 90. It’s been sitting there for about 4 months now.
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Old 08-27-2021, 07:32 AM
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Whereabouts are you from?
Karl, I am in rural southern Illinois. I rarely ever see a Scotch bowl in the wild, and when I do even unmarked ones in poor condition are $50 and up.
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Old 08-28-2021, 10:38 AM
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Ever go to Iron Star up in Blue Mound on Rt.48?
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