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Unread 08-26-2013, 11:57 PM   #16
phitmein
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I have 4 or more old cast iron pans/stuff passed threw my family .

One is a smallish one that looks like a frying pan that is an ashtray I think .

A semi-common corn bread mold that makes corn bread sticks that look like half ears of corn long wise .

A waffle pan (Lodge maybe) that is a poker model or a diamonds,clubs,spades and hearts design pattern .

And my favorite is a Griswold cast iron hearts and star cornbread/bread pan #100 that was made in the 20's and is in really good shape and is worth about $1000 bucks .

That said, keep your eyes peeled because some bring good bucks .

I have a fair # of cast iron stuff, but all the above mentioned were from the 20's or so .

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Unread 08-27-2013, 05:53 PM   #17
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My favorite cast iron purchase so far is a 12 inch Wapak. While I like my Griswold I probably use the Wapak 2:1 just because the finish on it is much smoother.
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