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1940's Hard to find Wagner's Long Life #7 Cast Iron Skillet, 1757. Great gift!!

1940's Hard to find Wagner's Long Life #7 Cast Iron Skillet, 1757. Great gift!!

Regular price $120.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $120.00 USD
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In the 1940s with the advent of the department store, many cast iron manufacturers were asked to produce Hollow wear with alternate labels. The Long Life series was one that Wagner made and is a collector's favorite. It's built exactly like a typical Wagner, lightweight, but sturdy for heavy use in the kitchen! The skill is in fantastic shape, it does not sit flat and spins on glass so it is not recommended for a glass top cooker. However it is perfect for any gas or electric coil stove. It has been fully restored and seasoned with our oil mix.

- DISCLAIMER: We have prepared this piece to be ready to use or displayed in a collection. All pieces are vintage and therefore are not in perfect condition. Please use the photos as description. History of use means these pieces will have small marks and inconsistencies which we feel give them special charm. All items are sold as is and we have done our best to present them as such. Please review all pictures and ask for further clarification if needed. Thank you! - CastandClaraBell

Cast & Clara Bell sells fully restored cast iron cookware, bakeware, dutch ovens, griddles, sad irons, bailed griddles, gem pans, muffin pans, kettles, skillets, trivets, lids, and much more! Brands like Griswold, Wagner, Sidney, WagnerWare, Wapak, Lodge, Favorite Piqua, Marietta, Orr & Painter, Erie, Griswold's Erie, Birmingham Stove & Range, Vollrath, Chicago Hardware Foundry, CHF, Martin Stove & Range as well as gatemarked unknown and specialty pieces are organized into categories. We offer collector's pieces, everyday users, and everything in between!
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