Wagner Griddle

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Wagner Griddle

Postby Martini » Sat Dec 17, 2011 1:15 pm

I'm not really a cast iron junkie, in fact the only iron I used to own was a Lodge Dutch Oven. My Mother and Grandmother both had Wagner cast iron griddles and I have no idea how many pancakes cooked on these griddles I ate growing up. My Sister ended up with both of them and I haven't given much thought to it until I saw one in her cabinet looking unused. Well she didn't need two and I didn't have any so I scored one of them. I can't say for sure if this was my Moms or Grandmothers but I don't think it makes any difference.

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I tried to get a picture of the marking on the back but it was challenging.
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I used a sharpie that made the marks stand out a little better. I'm sure these are pretty common but I don't know it they used different marks for different years or not.
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So far I've not felt the need to look for any yard sales or check out ebay looking for more but who knows I just doubled my whole collection.

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Postby bc toys » Sun Dec 18, 2011 10:10 am

you are right it does not matter it still has the memories you enjoyed. now make so flap jacks for you kids so they can have those memories also.
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Postby ironhead » Wed Dec 21, 2011 5:35 pm

Pretty good bet it was your grandmothers griddle Circa 1930's- 1950's :thumbsup: Judging by the tear drop handle style. What size is it? 7,8,9,or 10
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