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It looks like it could be one the no name Wagner skillets that were made, mostly to sell in stores like Montgomery Ward, Sears and similar at reduced prices, while continuing to differentiate their branded ironware, so they could sell them at a higher price. It seems to compare pretty closely with this Unmarked Wagner No. 10 Cast Iron MADE IN USA 11-3/4 Inch Skillet:

http://thepan-handler.com/shop/unmarked-wagner-no-10-cast-ir......


I received the 3 skillets 3 days ago. Perhaps oddly enough, the best of the 3 was the no-name Wagner Ware skillet. It sits perfectly flat and the inside cooking surface is very smooth. It's also a #8 size, so I can cook a decent amount of food in it. The vintage, branded, Wagner Ware skillet that came with it has the most wobble, but it has a heat ring, so I might be able to correct that, some.

The other #6 Wagner Ware skillet has some wobble, but it should work well enough for baking cornbread, either in my oven or camping.

Bob
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