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Old 10-24-2012, 10:03 PM   #1
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Who knows anything about Wagner Ware?

I picked up an aluminum skillet that is marked Wagner Ware, Sidney O, 509A. I tried getting info on googlefu but didn't turn up much. I don't much care for aluminum cookware but I know this thing is at east 50 years old and couldn't pass it up.
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CC, you are truly CC. Where do you come up with this stuff Ha HA I just gotta find somthin to get your mind off of Al cook ware! Jack
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CC, you are truly CC. Where do you come up with this stuff Ha HA I just gotta find somthin to get your mind off of Al cook ware! Jack

I can admit to my craziness without hesitation. At least I didn't put this in the conversion section. Besides, there is quite a collection of knowledge on this forum. I thought I'd throw it out there to see if anyone had some info.
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CC, Its all good, I'm just pullin your chain, didn't mean to be mean. Jack
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Thanks CC, I actually worried about it all day--I can be sort of abrasive. Jack
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Whatever you do, don't call me late for dinner.
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http://www.ehow.com/how_6331708_identif ... -ware.html

How to Identify Wagner Ware
By Jennifer Eblin, eHow Contributor , last updated February 10, 2012
Certain types of cast iron cookery is worth quite a bit on the secondary and collectorís markets, Wagner being one of them. Wagner Ware, which has a similar name, isnít connected to this company in any way and still manufacturers cast iron pots and pans today. Pieces from this company are worth less, but still work well for everyday cooking. When you spot a piece of cast iron cookery and you want quality, check the bottom for any signs that Wagner Ware manufactured the piece.


Read more: How to Identify Wagner Ware | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_6331708_identif ... z2APSRxAy9
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How to Identify Wagner Ware
By Jennifer Eblin, eHow Contributor , last updated February 10, 2012
Certain types of cast iron cookery is worth quite a bit on the secondary and collectorís markets, Wagner being one of them. Wagner Ware, which has a similar name, isnít connected to this company in any way and still manufacturers cast iron pots and pans today. Pieces from this company are worth less, but still work well for everyday cooking. When you spot a piece of cast iron cookery and you want quality, check the bottom for any signs that Wagner Ware manufactured the piece.


Read more: How to Identify Wagner Ware | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_6331708_identif ... z2APSRxAy9

Thanks GE, but I am familiar with Wagner and Wagner Ware. What I am having a problem finding info on is this aluminum skillet. I am finding some info but the markings are different. I might look on a forum on cast iron.
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