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Includes Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron, Mail Boxes, Meat and Food Choppers, Cast Aluminum Cooking Utensils including Aristocraft and Hammercast, Dampers, Gas Hot Plates, Quik-Bake and Gas Stove Ovens, Chromed Table Service Utensils. Griswoldcatalog and miscellaneous information compiled and reprinted in 1985 by Jim Laughlin. Again, a lot of information not seen in other catalogs. Illustrated is Wagner¹s complete line of iron and aluminum of the period, including skillets, kettles, muffin pans, griddles, waffle irons, broilers, toys, and hardware such as iron downspouts, sash weights, bob sled runners, hitching post, etc. It includes both aluminum and iron toys, molds, waffle irons, skillets, kettles, etc., some of which are rare. It illustrates a large number of seldom-seen to very rare items.
1940's, Dampers, Food Choppers, a section of Griswol's ERIE Cast Aluminum Ware c.1905, Flat Aluminum Ware, and Sheet Aluminum Ware. Wagner High Grade Hollow Ware Catalog Number Ten c.1902 6" X 9-1/2", 72 pages. This early Wagner catalog reprint is complete including the storekeepers notes on various pages. This catalog contains many unique items including the toy Facimile Kettle. Wagner Cast Aluminum, Polished Iron, Nickel Plated Catalog Number Thirty 1924. This excellent reprint by John Wright with clear print and photos features nearly equal numbers of aluminum and cast iron products. To the best of our knowledge it is the last cataloging of Wagner aluminum before production all but ceased during WWII. A limited number of reprints are available from Steve Stephens 415-453-7790. This is a very highly recommended bi-monthly quality newsletter with photos and lots of information about all kinds of cast iron cookware due to cease publication after Dec. All back issues (12 volumes going back to 1992) are currently available from David as far as I know.
With nothing else written it was a great book to have back then. This is an excellent catalog reprint with a lot of information.
Specializing in the best, I collect Griswold cast iron cookware made between 18.
The earliest of the cookware was marked ERIE for the Pennsylvania city it was made in.
ERIE iron remains among the finest of Griswold’s foundry products.
One Griswold item especially difficult to locate is the Erie No.