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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Stephens View Post
    A show and tell would be great and I would like to see the "shower" (posting person) be able to tell about the piece with some text. There would not have to be any discussion after that but showing just photo without a caption or story is leaving out a major part.

    I wish they HAD to post some text. They might post a picture and we have no idea what it is. I'm with Steve we need some story behind the pictures.

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    This is the sticky that resides in that gallery. Maybe we should make the language stronger?

    http://www.gcica.org/forum/showthrea...*PLEASE-READ**

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    At least put "No replies can be made to this board." at the end of the sentences so it reads something like this-

    "This Gallery is just (remove "just") for people who would like to post pictures of their collection or favorite items they have. Please put a brief (I would say a "good" description since "brief" may be too short to satisfy the curious.) description describing what you are posting. Please also make sure you have the description in your title. No replies can be made to this board. Thanks."

    Posting photos with no descriptions or a story is like going into a museum to see art or artifacts but there is no text to tell you about the item(s).

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    WAGS has their FOUNDRY LIST which I initiated and kept up to date on my computer. They have since expanded the list I assume as I have been out of WAGS for years now. I would be willing to share my foundry list with G&CICA. Wags might not like it but it's MY property what I have built and kept on my computer. Just let me know if you want to see what I have. I also have a patent list that I created and put on a post years ago on the WAGS forum and kept it updated in MY post that I started. Since that work is also my property from my computer I would love to have it added to our website so others can see. Again, just let me know who to send the info to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Stephens View Post
    WAGS has their FOUNDRY LIST which I initiated and kept up to date on my computer. They have since expanded the list I assume as I have been out of WAGS for years now. I would be willing to share my foundry list with G&CICA. Wags might not like it but it's MY property what I have built and kept on my computer. Just let me know if you want to see what I have. I also have a patent list that I created and put on a post years ago on the WAGS forum and kept it updated in MY post that I started. Since that work is also my property from my computer I would love to have it added to our website so others can see. Again, just let me know who to send the info to.
    Steve that would be an awesome addition especially since it is your property.

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    Steve good description so I used yours. Can you post your foundry info on the topic when you have time? If I don't have it laid out correctly please let me know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ej Breeze View Post
    This is the sticky that resides in that gallery. Maybe we should make the language stronger?

    http://www.gcica.org/forum/showthrea...*PLEASE-READ**
    Or a good flogging if they don't follow directions. LOL

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    Is this where you want the following information in this and the following post? If not feel free to move it. While I say that this is MY PROPERTY it's only because there was some confusion and other ideas about that a number of years ago. This information was posted on the WAGS forum and people having access to their site may see that the WAGS' Foundry List is more extensive than mine because I have not updated mine much since I left WAGS. It was I who started this Foundry List and periodically sent updates to the WAGS' webmaster. Other WAGS members also sent me or posted on their forum updates. I believe the large majority of the foundries in the list were ones that I added to this list that I started from scratch many years ago and well before I shared it on the WAGS site. The following is from an email draft I have kept on my computer. I wish to share it with all people interested in cast iron cookware. G&CICA
    a has my permission to use this information as they see fit and to share it but with the understanding that I will remain the owner. (This is going to be a LONG post)
    Steve


    Please help me fill in the blanks, make corrections, etc. I'd also like to include what types of pieces were made by each company and have listed what I presently know.
    I retain all rights to use this list in any manner I see fit.
    Steve Stephens
    Compiled 10-31-02 Updated 9-26-07
    *Still making iron cookware

    Stove industry in 1874: http://www.dur.ac.uk/h.j.harris/stov...ustry_1874.htm
    Stove industry in 1892: This link does not seem to be working http://tinyurl.com/u26nn
    http://www.dur.ac.uk/h.j.harris/stov...ustry_1892.DOC This download DOC will work.

    Makers from the United States (scroll to bottom for Canadian and Mexican makers)

    AA, WAPAKONETA, OH (made by Ahrens & Arnold, not Wapak)
    ......skillets
    ABBOTT & LAWRENCE PHILADa
    ......waffle irons
    AB&I see American Brass & Iron
    ACE- THE ACE CO. ST. LOUIS, MO (originally made by THE ALB CO.)
    ......CLOVERLEAF DONUT FORM PAT. 77875 (1929) donut makers
    ADAMS
    ......long griddles
    THE ADAMS CO. DUBUQUE, IOWA (same company as above?)
    ......baking pans
    ADAMS & BRITT CIN' O. (see Britt & Folger)
    ......tea kettles
    ADCASCO, GOSHEN, IN
    ......skillets
    ADVANCE
    ......skillets, dutch oven cover (patterned or copied from a Griswold 1920 cover) Made by Wapak?
    Aga STOVE CO. ELIZABETH, N.J.
    ......broiler skillets with unique handle and design (English design made under license?)
    A. G. P. Columbus, O
    ......waffle irons, pots
    A.H.W. & CO., PITTSBURG, PA
    ......pots, skillets
    ALABAMA PIPE COMPANY ANNISTON ALABAMA
    ......bean pots with recipe
    ALBERT MFG. CO. LOS ANGELES (see Albert & Zola Mfg. Co.)
    ......three leg bulged kettles, dutch oven type covers
    ALBERT & ZOLA MFG. CO LOS ANGELES (see Albert Mfg. Co.)
    ......long griddles
    ALB- THE ALB CO. BELLVILLE ILL (see The Ace Co. which took over production of these irons)
    ......CLOVERLEAF DONUT FORM PAT. PEND.
    ALFRED ANDRESEN & CO., MINNEAPOLIS, MN
    ......waffle irons, krumkake irons, plette pans, aebelskiver pans
    AMERICAN BRASS & IRON (AB&I), OAKLAND, CA (c.1980's)
    ......skillets, dutch ovens
    AMICO
    ......bacon grills
    A&N
    …….early skillets, large lip, PA style
    ANDERSEN- A.M. ANDERSEN & CO., CHICAGO, ILL
    ......HAPPY HOOLIGAN WAFER KRUMKAGER iron, BUSTER BROWN waffle(?)
    ANDRESEN- ALFRED ANDRESEN & CO., MINNEAPOLIS, MINN
    ......heart design waffle irons, wafer irons, patty irons
    ARCADE MFG. CO., Freeport, IL (1902-43)
    ......toy waffle irons (round ones probably made by Stover if not all Arcade toy cookware)
    ARCOLE FOUNDRY, BUFFALO (also see W. S. & CO. for possible connection)
    ......spiders
    ARNOLD & BACON, R.I.
    ......hearth waffle irons
    A. S. & N. W. CO. PHILA. PAT'D JAN 1, 1861 (not positive about the exact letters)
    ......tea kettles
    ATLANTA STOVE WORKS Atlanta, GA Predecessor was the Georgia Stove & Range Co. begun in 1889.
    ......Sportsman Grill/Deep Fish Fryer
    ATLAS- THE ATLAS-ANSONIA CO. NEW HAVEN, CONN
    ......"SquareG" FRYING PAN No.4 (Also Nos. 1 and 2 SQUAREG pans)
    ATTALLA FDY & MCH CO. ATTALLA ALA
    ......flat bottom kettles/covers (probably cast from Griswold kettles/covers)
    AUGER & LORD CHESTER. CT
    ......waffle irons (early)
    AUNT JEMIMA MEAL
    ......5-stick corncob stick pans (appears to be made by Lodge)
    A&W MFG. CO. CHICAGO
    ......broilers
    AXFORD (San Francisco- Lodge probably made many of their pieces)
    ......BROILER (3 sizes), covers for BROILER, AXFORD CLOVERLEAF PANCAKE GRIDDLE
    BACCELLIERI BROS. MFG. CO. PHILA. PA
    ...... long handled wafer irons
    BACON- L.S. BACON
    ......waffle irons
    BALDWIN- A. BALDWIN & CO NEW ORLEANS LA
    ......rimmed covers
    BALL- C.W. BALL & CO., CIN'TI. O.
    ......tea kettles, dutch oven covers
    BALL & DAVIS, CIN'TI. (Is there a connection between C.W. BALL and W.C Davis?)
    ......covers, 3-leg kettles
    BALLARD & BALLARD CO., INC. Louisville, KY
    ......advertising handle griddle made by Martin Stove & Range Co.
    BARNUM- E.T. BARNUM IRON WORKS DETROIT MICH
    ......locking(?) covers for ??, patented Feb. 3 1880
    BARROWS SAVERY & CO. (also BARROWS SAVERY CO. LIMITED?)
    ......full line?
    BARSTOW STOVE CO., PROVIDENCE, RI
    ......gem pans, oval and round flat bottom covered pots, scotch bowls, double loaf
    ......pans, round bailed griddles, waffle irons
    BAXTER- J. G. BAXTER LOUISVILLE, KY.
    ......tea kettles PATENTED JUNE 23, 1863
    BAXTER KYLE & CO. LOUISVILLE, KY.
    ......tea kettles
    BAXTER & DAVIS CIN'I
    ......covers (very early)
    BAXTER & FISHER LOUISVILLE, KY.
    ......tea kettles PATENTED JUNE 23, 1863
    B.E. & CO.
    ...…skillets, toy covered 3-leg kettles
    BEALE- MADE BY E L BEALE SPRINGFIELD O PAT D
    ......flop griddles (four section) (see GARFIELD)
    BECKMANN- W.E. BECKMANN B. & C. S. ST. LOUIS
    ......lamb cake molds (similiar to Lodge lamb molds but not sure if a copy)
    BELL- JOSEPH BELL & CO WHEELING. W. VA
    ......Patent June 23, 1863 teakettle
    B.S. CO. BENNET, SLOAN & CO., NEW YORK (Importers, Jobbers and
    Manufacturers)
    ......skillets (c.1896)
    BELKNAP- BELKNAP HARDWARE AND MFG. CO., LOUISVILLE, KY
    ......Belmont or Belknap brand waffle irons, skillets Lodge and maybe some other foundries (incl. Stover for waffle irons) made iron cookware for this hardware business.
    ......history: http://www.thckk.org/belknap-bluegrass-hist.html
    BELL- C. S. BELL CO. HILLSBORO, O.
    ......3-leg kettle like scotch bowl, marked 1858 but appearing fairly new
    BELL- JOSEPH BELL & CO WHEELING W. VA.
    ......1863 patent tea kettle
    BELMONT- see Belknap. Belmont is a trade name for Belknap Hardware
    waffle irons (by Stover), skillets (by Lodge)
    ......history: http://belmonthardwareonline.com/history.htm
    ......Note; some new information may lead to Belmont cookware having been made for the Belmont Hardward in Belmont, Miss.
    BENCHOFF- ALBERT BENCHOFF MENARD TEXAS
    ......rimmed covers
    BEST MADE- Sears' trade name for Griswold iron made for Sears c.1930
    ......skillets, skillet covers, griddles, dutch ovens, gem and wheatstick pans, breakfast skillets,
    ......and more.
    BEVERIDGE MFG. CO., BALTIMORE, MD (marked two ways: MADE BY W. E. BEVERIDGE, BALTIMORE, MD -or- MADE BY THE BEVERIDGE MFG. CO. BALTIMORE MD.)
    ......odorless skillets PAT'D JULY 29, 1890 (skillets have an ERIE ghost mark on bottom)
    BIRDSBORO CASTING CO. BIRDSBORO, PA (marked on paper label only; c.1920's?)
    ......skillets
    BIRMINGHAM STOVE & RANGE CO., BIRMINGHAM, AL (founded 1889 as Georgia Stove & Range Co.)
    ......full line (Century brand in later years)
    BLACKHAWK PRODUCTS- see THE WESTERN FOUNDRY CO.
    BLACKLOCK FOUNDRY (forunner of Lodge; burned in 1910 and was rebuilt as Lodge Mfg. Co.)
    ......tea kettles, country ovens
    Greg, I don't think these photos every got added to our list:
    http://www.griswoldandwagner.com/cgi...m=1160263665/0
    BLUE VALLEY FDRY. CO. K.C. MO. (BVF)
    ......BEAN HOT POT, "shellcast" skillets
    BOARDMAN- S. H. BOARDMAN, BOSTON, MA
    ......odorless skillets (Pat'd Apr.7, 1891 Jan.4, 1898)
    BONNET, DUFFY & CO., QUINCY, ILL
    ......waffle irons
    BOOTHMAC
    ......skillets marked A BOOTHMAC PRODUCT (10" overall in length)
    BOWERS & SNYDER, RICHMOND, VA.
    ......waffle irons (early)
    B&P
    ......scotch bowls
    BRADLEY- A. BRADLEY & Co. PITTSBURGH, PA
    ......skillets, tea kettles (dated 1866)
    BRIDGE, BEACH & CO. (BRIDGE & BEACH MFG. CO.) St. Louis, MO (early stove manufacturer)
    ......waffle irons
    BRIDGEFORD & CO., LOUISVILLE KY
    ......tea kettles
    BRIGHTON
    ......waffle irons, toy waffle irons, skillets, toy skillets
    BRILLIANT
    ......waffle irons (similiar in ways to Griswold. Did Griswold make?)
    BRINKMEYER & CO. EVANSVILLE, IND.
    ......tea kettles patented June 23, 1863
    BRITT & FOLGER CIN' O. (see Adams & Britt)
    ......tea kettles dated 1873
    BROOKLYN BROILER- see Silver Co.
    BROWN-BOWMAN, TROY, N.Y. SEPT. xx, 1860
    ......revolving round griddles
    BUCK & WRIGHT, ST. LOUIS, MO
    ......tea kettles, handle griddles, campfire dutch ovens, waffle irons
    BUCKWALTER- FRANCIS BUCKWALTER & CO, ROYERSFORD, PA
    ......waffle irons
    BUSSEY, CLEXTON & CO TROY, N.Y.
    ......tea kettles
    BUSSEY & McLEOD, TROY, N.Y. (c.1859-1893) Also Esek Bussey; Bussey & McLeod; Bussey McLeod & Co.; Bussey & McLeod Stove Co.; Bussey, McLeod & Martin (all may not have made cookware)
    ......tea kettles (patented Jan. 1, 1861 by Ezra Ripley), large fancy inset broilers
    BUSTER WAFFLE (likely made by the A. M. ANDERSEN & CO., CHICAGO, ILL)
    ......waffle iron showing Buster Brown and Tige
    BUXTON CO. MILWAUKEE WIS - CHICAGO ILL (see The Western Foundry Co.)
    ......"Mi-Pet" Delux- skillets, deep skillets
    C. MFG. CO. ROCKY HILL, CONN
    ......flop griddles similiar to or a copy of those by S. Mfg. Co. New York.
    CA ....or could be AC. maker or full name unknown
    ......oval roasters, early
    CAGE- CHARLES CAGE ST. LOUIS 1866
    ......tea kettles
    CANNONBALL WARE
    ......skillets
    CAHILL (CAHILL IRON WORKS, CHATTANOOGA, TENN.) c.1900-1924?
    ......cornstick pans, skillets, skillet covers, oval roasters
    CAMPBELL FOUNDRY CO. HARRISON, NEW JERSEY
    ......HORACE GREELEY GRILL
    CANTON CAKE GRIDDLE CO., CANTON, O. (see RIPLEY CAKE GRIDDLE CO.)
    ......pancake flop griddles ("THE CANTON CAKE GRIDDLE" Pat. Apr.28,1896)
    CARBON- F.S. CARBON CO. BUCHANAN MI
    ......heavy duty, commercial electric waffle irons
    CARLISLE
    ......dutch ovens (appears to be made by Lodge)
    CAST IRON PRODUCTS INC. RICHMOND, VA
    ......handle griddles (quite new looking)
    CENTRAL OIL & GAS STOVE CO., GARDNER, MASS, U.S.A.
    ......waffle irons (early fancy pattern) with wood handles
    CENTURY (brand name for Birmingham Stove & Range cookware)
    C. F. & M. CO. PROV. R.I.
    ......french roll pans
    CHATTANOOGA ROOFING AND FOUNDRY CO.
    ......bread stick pans,
    CHEMUNG HOLLOW WARE WORKS, ELMIRA, NY
    ......waffle irons (C.H.NEWMAN'S PATENT JAN 23 1883)
    CHICAGO HARDWARE FOUNDRY CO., NORTH CHICAGO, IL
    Chicago Hardware Foundry Co.
    Location: North Chicago, Lake County, Illinois
    Founders: John Sherwin, E.P. Sedgwick
    Period of Production: 1900-
    Products Manufactured: Full Line

    Chicago Hardware Foundry Timeline
    1897 - Chicago Hardware Manufacturing Co. moves to South Waukegan, IL, renamed shortly thereafter North Chicago.
    1900 - Two CHM employees, Sherwin and Sedgwick, lease the CHM foundry and start Chicago Hardware Foundry Co.
    1934 - CHF acquires patterns and tooling from defunct Favorite Stove & Range Co. of Piqua, OH.
    1938 - A labor strike gives rise to a riot.
    ...(Bought cookware line from Favorite Stove & Range in 1934).
    ......"Sani-Ware" skillets and dutch ovens, "Favorite Cook Ware" skillets, waffle irons, ......"Ni-Resist" (cast stainless) cookware
    CLENO
    ......"Hamburger Grill"
    CLEVELAND STOVE WORKS TENN
    ......tea kettles
    CLUB (may be marked CLUB IRON but example not legible)
    ......dutch ovens probably with glass cover (by the makers of Club Aluminum?)
    C. N. & CO. (see NOBLE)
    COCHRAN, HACKETT & CO. LOUISVILLE, KY
    ......tea kettles
    COLBERTSON & FISHER FOUNDRY WHEELING W' VA.
    ......JEFFERY'S PATENT AUG. 27, 1867 flop griddles
    COLUMBUS- THE COLUMBUS HOLLOW WARE CO., COLUMBUS, OH
    ......skillets, pots, bailed griddles (THE FAVORITE)
    some history: http://www.genealogybug.net/ohio_alh...ions/ohpen.htm
    was The Harker Manufacturing Co. http://opencorporates.com/companies/us_oh/53532
    COMSTOCK & CO., Quincy, ILL (foundry was known as the Phoenix Stove Works)
    ......long pans, tea kettles (Pat. June 23, 1863)
    ...history: http://www.castlestove.com/history.htm
    COMSTOCK CASTLE STOVE CO., QUINCY ILL (same company as above)
    ......tea kettles
    COOK 'N' KETTLE made by COOK 'N' TOOLS, Tulsa, OK
    ......COOK 'N' KETTLE and COOK 'N' KETTLE JUNIOR barbeque kettles, deep fryers
    ...some info: http://www.stephencooks.com/2005/07/...basics_th.html
    CORNING & GOEWEY, ALBANY, NY (see also J. A. Goewey)
    ...…skillets, tea kettles, scotch bowls
    from "A History of American Manufactures from 1608 to 1860":

    "In addition to the Stove Foundries Albany has two manufactories of Hollow Ware, one of them ranking among the most extensive in the United States. Mr John A Goewey, the proprietor of this foundry, is the successor of Corning & Goewey who succeeded WC Noyes who commenced the business in 1853. His foundry possesses every convenience for an extensive business as will be inferred when we state that over 120 men are employed in it and about ten tons of iron are melted per day. Mr Goewey supplies not only the stove foundries of Albany and Troy but founders and dealers in other cities and in various parts of the country obtain their Hollow Ware from his establishment. His castings are said by competent judges to be fully equal to any made in the United States. Mr Goewey is also the inventor and patentee of a railroad car and switch Lock of which he makes about forty dozen per week. These locks are in use on the principal railroads of the United States. Mr Hilan Seabury has recently commenced business as a Hollow Ware founder in Albany and gives promise of attaining a fair share of success."
    COX- A. & J. COX. PHILADA
    ......waffle irons
    COX- 'MARVIN CLARK' COX FDY ATLANTA
    ......size 14 skillet
    COX, WHITEMAN & COX, PHILADA (No.106 Nth 2nd ST. PHILA)
    ......waffle irons, tea kettles
    CRANE- M. H. CRANE & CO. URBANA, O.
    ......PATENTED JUNE 23, 1863 tea kettles
    CRANE- Wm. M. CRANE COMPANY NEW YORK N.Y.
    ......VULCAN waffle irons (like Griswold No.12, etc.), regular style waffle irons made by Griswold
    CRESCENT FOUNDRY CO., ST. LOUIS, MO
    ......skillets, dutch ovens, waffle irons, handle griddles
    CRESSON- W P CRESSON PHILADELPHIA
    ......lipped dutch oven covers (early)
    CRESSON, STUART & PETERSON PHILA
    ......rectangular waffle irons (early)
    CRITTENDENS- L.B. CRITTENDENS COFFEE ROASTER
    ......PATENTED APRIL 6, 1869
    CRUSO- see HIBBARD
    CULBERTSON & FISHER FOUNDRY WHEELING W VA
    ......flop griddles (marked JEFFERY'S PATENT AUG. 27 1867)
    C.W.& C. CONKLIN, WILLIS & CO., BALTIMORE, MD
    ......skillets, dutch ovens
    DALEIDEN- JOHN P. DALEIDEN CO. CHICAGO
    ......(Manufacturers and importers of religious articles)
    ......communion wafer iron
    DANDY
    ......waffle irons marked DANDY
    better pics Sandy says: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=320161332494
    DANGLER
    ......broilers
    ?? DANVILLE, PA
    ...... early skillets
    DAVIDSON- J. M. B. DAVIDSON & CO. ALBANY. N.Y.
    ......3-leg pots, tea kettles, waffle irons (1866 patent)
    DAVIS- F.P. DAVIS & CO. CIN'TI. O.
    ......dutch ovens (early)
    DAVIS- W.C.DAVIS & CO., CIN TI, O. (1848 to c.1880's- predecessor to
    ...Favorite Stove & Range Co.)
    ......skillets, gem pans, tea kettles, waffle irons, dutch oven (?) covers
    DAY- J. H. DAY & CO., CINCINNATI.O. (marked "MADE ONLY BY J. H. DAY & CO.")
    ......safety kettle (pat. 1874 & 1878)
    ISREAL DERR HAMBURG, Pa
    ......early hearth waffle irons
    DETROIT IRON & BRASS M'F'G CO., Detroit, MI
    ......waffle iron (pat. April 17, 1877)
    DETROIT STOVE WORKS, Detroit, MI
    ......"Jewell" tea kettles, vapor griddles, waffle irons, sad iron heaters
    DETROIT, (same company as either above?)
    ......gem pans, skillets
    DIGHTON FURNACE CO. (Taunton, Mass.?)
    ......covers, tea kettles
    DIXIE FD'Y CO., CLEVELAND, TENN
    ......full line
    DIXIE MFG. & SALES CO., KANSAS CITY, MO
    ......DIXIE DOG corn dog iron. (made by Wagner or copied from their similiar iron?)
    DODSONS- G. W. DODSONS PATENT APRIL 1st, 1872
    ......spherical coffee roasters
    DOXELL, JONES & MILLIARD, Troy, NY
    ......waffle irons (C. Swartwout Pat'd Aug.24, 1869)
    DROEGE- I. DROEGE & CO. COV. KY. (some marked COVINGTON. KY)
    ......tea kettles, 3-leg skillets and lids, covered bean(?) pots
    DURAWEAR
    ......cornstick pans, turk head pans
    EAGLE, Hope, Ark.
    ......popover pan marked U.S.N.
    EAGLE FOUNDRY GREENSBORO, NC
    ......spiders, sugar or English kettles
    EAGLE STOVE WORKS, Rome, GA
    ......No.12 skillet made using a Griswold skillet as a pattern, large kettles
    EARLY FDY. CO., DICKSON, PA
    ......long griddles, oval covered pots
    ECLIPSE ST. LOUIS
    ......dutch ovens
    E.F. Co. (Could this be Early Fdy. Co.?)
    ......skillets (PAT'D JUNE 10, 1879)
    ENDERS- WM. ENDERS ST LOUIS U.S.A.
    ......wafer irons
    ERIE- see GRISWOLD. Many products of Griswold were marked only ERIE before c.1909
    THE ESTATE STOVE CO.
    ......long griddles (marked US and 1942)
    EUREKA GRIDDLE (maker unknown)
    ......flop griddles marked EUREKA GRIDDLE
    EXCELSIOR MFG. CO. (G.F. Filley), ST. LOUIS, MO
    ......full line
    EXCELSIOR STOVE & MFG. CO, QUINCY, IL (not related to above company)
    ......tea kettles
    EXCELSIOR, STOVE, WORKS QUINCY, ILL. (probably same maker as above-earlier?)
    FAIR, DAY & DeKLYNE, KNOXVILLE, TENN.
    ......3-leg dutch ovens, shallow ovens, spiders (c.1860?)
    FALKIRK
    ......covered kettles
    FAMOUS STOVE WARE
    ......tea kettles c.1900
    FANNER MFG. CO, CLEVELAND, OHIO
    ......Crescent waffle iron, square waffle iron
    FAVORITE STOVE AND RANGE CO., PIQUA, OH (1889 to 1934
    ...when cookware line sold to Chicago Hardware Foundry)
    ......full line
    FAVORITE- "THE FAVORITE" see Columbus Hollow Ware Co.
    "FAVORITE COOK WARE"- see Chicago Hardware Foundry
    "FAVORITE PIQUA WARE" or "FAVORITE"- see Favorite Stove & Range Co.
    F B & Co.
    ......3-leg kettles
    FILLEY- G. F. FILLEY (See Excelsior Mfg. Co., St. Louis)
    FINCH'S- R. R. FINCH'S SONS, NEW YORK
    ......tea kettles (PATENTED JAN. 1st. 1861)
    FISHER- B. FISHER. STAR - FOUNDRY. WHEELING, W.VA.
    ......tea kettles
    FISHER BROS. & CO. LEWISVILLE. KY.
    ......tea kettles
    FISCHER, LEAF & CO. LOU. KY.
    ......covered spiders c.1850
    FLORENCE MACHINE WORKS, FLORENCE, MASS
    ......waffle irons
    FORD & CO. CONCORD NH
    ......french roll pans
    FOSTER STOVE CO., Ironton, Ohio USA
    ......"THE FOSTER LINE" and/or "IRON AGE" skillets, deep skillets & covers, tea kettles, dutch ovens
    FOXELL & JONES, Troy, NY (c.1875)
    ......full line incl. exclusive rights to make SPOOR'S Parlor Stove Furniture
    FOXELL, JONES & MILLARD, TROY, N. Y.
    ......waffle irons marked C. SWARTWOUT PATENT 1869
    FOXELL, WOODNORTH & JONES. TROY, N. Y.
    ......tea kettles
    FRANCIS, BUCKWALTER & CO ROYERSFORD, PA
    ......tea kettles, waffle irons
    FREIDAG MFG. CO., FREEPORT, IL
    ......toy waffle irons, toy krumkake irons
    FRIMASTER THE KITCHEN KING LANSDALE, PA No. 711
    ......breakfast skillets
    F.S. CO., READING, PA
    ......waffle type baker of some sort
    FULLER, WARREN & CO, TROY, N. Y.
    ......tea kettles (PA'T'D JAN. 1 1861)
    G & S Metal Products Cleveland, OH
    ......skillets (not certain these pans were actually made in the USA)
    GALLAGHER- A. J. GALLAGHER, PHILADELPHIA
    ......waffle irons
    GARFIELD CAKE GRIDDLE MF'G CO. BOSTON, MASS. MADE BY E L BEALE SPRINGFIELD O.
    ......flop griddles
    GARLAND WARE- THE MICHIGAN STOVE CO., DETROIT, MI
    ......skillets
    GASCO WAFFLE MOULD
    ......waffle irons
    GATES- E.B. GATES
    GAY NINETIES WAFER IRON COMPANY COLUMBUS, GEORGIA
    ......waffer irons
    GEDDES & MARSH LEWISBURG, PA.
    ......waffle irons
    GENERAL HOUSEWARES CORP. (GHC), Sidney, OH (Owners of Griswold and
    ...Wagner from 1969 to c.1999, they made Wagner and Griswold iron
    ...cookware during this time in the Wagner foundry in Sidney, OH)
    THE GLADD CO. MINNEAPOLIS
    ......krumkake irons
    GLASCOCK- G. T. GLASCOCK & SON(S). GREENSBORO, N.C. (GLASCOCK STOVE & MFG. CO.)
    ......covered spiders, dutch ovens, skillets and covers
    ……..http://www.glascockstoves.com
    GOEWEY- J. A. GOEWEY (JOHN A. GOEWEY), ALBANY N.Y. (hollowware manuf. & dealers.
    foundry- 140 Grand St., 1861-63. Shop- 20 Broadway, 1864-1879) (see also Corning &
    Goewey)
    ......kettles, waffle irons, tea kettles patented July 8, 1862, ham boilers
    GOFF- GENE GOFF, DALLAS, TX
    ......corn dog iron
    GOOD HEALTH- made by Griswold c.1930
    ......skillets, griddles, dutch ovens
    GRAFF & MUGUN PITTSBURGH, PA
    ......PATENTED tea kettles
    GRASBY- M. N. GRASBY, LACROSSE, WI.
    ......krumkake irons
    GREY & DUDLEY CO.
    ......long griddles marked US GREY & DUDLEY CO. 1941 (34" handle to handle)
    GREER- J GREER & CO.
    ......covers (early)
    GREER & KING, DAYTON, O
    ......kettles (Pat. Nov. 8, 1868)
    GRISWOLD MFG. CO., ERIE, PA (c.1884 to 1957- see Selden & Griswold)
    ......full line
    H & CO. LIMITED PITTS, PA
    ......skillets (19th century)
    HAILES (William Hailes, Albany, NY)
    ......broilers (patent no.284,295)
    HAMILTON- J. HAMILTON & CO. WHEELING, VA
    ......dutch oven or spider covers (early)
    HAMILTON & CLARK WHEELING. VA.
    ......tea kettles dated 1862
    HANKS ROME, GA (Hanks Stove and Range Co., Rome, GA is the probably maker)
    ......skillets
    HARBSTER. BROS READING. PA
    ......early, long handled waffle irons for hearth cooking
    HARCO
    ......waffle irons made by, and in the style, of STOVER
    HARDWICK STOVE CO. CLEVELAND, TENN
    ......tea kettles, corn stick pans, skillets
    HARE, LEAF & CO., LOUISVILLE, KY
    ......tea kettles PATENTED JUNE 23, 1868
    HARKER- JOHN B. HARKER & CO., MINNEAPOLIS, MN
    ......"THE HARKER" waffle iron patented May 8, 1883; egg baker
    HARKER- THE HARKER MFG. CO. COLUMBUS OHIO (same company as above?)(became The Columbus Hollow Ware Co.)
    ......waffle irons http://opencorporates.com/companies/us_oh/53532
    HARTMANN- CHAS.L.HARTMANN 317-19 E-WASH-ST.
    ......tea kettles
    HARTUE . WILEY CO PITTS. PA
    ......tea kettles
    HARWI,
    ......waffle irons (made by Stover)
    website: http://skyways.lib.ks.us/genweb/arch...h/harwiaj.html
    HASLET, FLANAGEN & CO. PHILA.
    ......tea kettles
    HAVERTY'S
    ......skillets
    HAY- FRANK W. HAY & SONS, JOHNSTOWN, PA
    ......bundt pans made by Griswold
    HEARTHSTONE- small line made c.1980 by General Housewares Corp, owner of Griswold and ...Wagner from 1969 until 1996
    ......skillets, dutch ovens, saucepots
    HEMENWAY'S
    ......skillets
    HF Co- Highland Foundry Co., Boston (confirmed) (see Highland Foundry, below)
    ...…skillets, bean or bread pots(?), 3 leg kettles
    HIBBARD (H.S.B.& Co.)- HIBBARD, SPENCER, BARTLETT & CO., CHICAGO, IL
    ......Hibbard skillet covers, Cruso, HIBBARD, and REV-O-NOC waffle irons
    (Griswold and Vollrath made some of the iron
    cookware items for this hardware business.)
    history: http://www.thckk.org/ovb-hist.html
    HIGGINS, McLOUD & MARTIN, Troy NY (Became McLoud & Martin c.1863?)
    ......full line?, tea kettles (COVER. PAT.D JAN. 1, 1861)
    HIGHLAND FOUNDRY CO., Boston (see HF Co.)
    ......flop griddles, skillets, bean or bread covered pots, three leg kettles, square skillet (diamond shape)
    HILL WHITNEY CO., Boston, MA
    ......VICTOR odorless skillets (some but maybe not all VICTOR odorless skillets)
    HINCKLEY & ROLLINS BANGOR
    ......tea kettles
    HOLLANDS MFG. CO. ERIE PA.
    ......waffle irons (note: Hollands made primarily industrial castings and not cookware. The company has no apparent connection to Griswold other than being in Erie, PA)
    HOME COMFORT, (The Malleable Iron Range Co., Beaver Dam, WI)
    ......broilers, waffle irons
    THE HOME GRIDDLE MFG. CO., Buffalo, NY
    ......flop griddles
    HUNGER MFG CO ERIE PA USA
    ......dutch ovens
    HUNTER- THE HUNTER SIFTER MFG. CO., CINCINNATI, O & NEW YORK CITY
    ......safety kettles
    I.A.S. & CO. - ISAAC A. SHEPPARD & Co. Philidelphia, then Baltimore 1859-c.1930
    ......bulge pots,straight pots, pit bottom pots, spiders, skillets, ham boiler,waffle irons,tea kettles, long gridirons,
    ......long pans & cake griddles, 3-leg eccentric kettles
    IDEAL (probably a trade name)
    ......waffle irons (made by Stover), PAN CAKE GRIDDLE PAT. APPL.D FOR (pan cake w/space)
    ILLINOIS GRIDDLE CO., Morris, ILL
    ......Mrs. Schaeffers Cake Griddle (flop griddle, pat'd. Sept. 24, 1889)
    INDIANA STOVE CO. IND
    ......tea kettles
    INDIANOPOLIS STOVE CO. IND'PLS IND.
    ......tea kettles
    INGRAHAM- A. INGRAHAM & CO., Troy, N.Y.
    ......tea kettles
    I.O.A
    ......waffle irons made by Stover
    IOWA GRIDDLE CO. SIOUX CITY, IOWA
    ...... one of several makers of MRS. SHAEFFER'S CAKE GRIDDLEs PATENTED SEP. 24 1889
    IRON AGE- see FOSTER STOVE CO.
    IRON CRAFT FREEDOM N.H.
    ......tea kettles
    IRWIN M'F'G CO. LOUISVILLE. KY
    ......tea kettles
    JAGGER, TREADWELL & PERRY ALBANY
    ......waffle irons (similar to RATHBONE & CO. waffle irons; only inside pattern and markings are different)
    JEFFREY- E. A. JEFFREY AGENT NEW YORK
    ......flop griddles pat'd Aug. 27, 1867
    JESUP & STERLING NEW YORK
    ......flanged covers c.1865
    JEWETT- SHERMAN. S. JEWETT & CO. (stovemaker c.1878 Buffalo, NY)
    ......scotch bowls
    JEWETT & ROOT
    ......3-leg kettles
    J J C & R (as marked on pan)
    ......popover pans patented 1985, Pat.# D279,538
    J. K. JR. & CO. BALTo. MD.
    ......waffle irons
    JOHN C. JOHNSON CO. BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA
    ......skillet (part of combination cooker, design patent 91487 issued in 1934)
    JONES
    ......skillets
    THE KEELEY STOVE CO. COLUMBIA & PHIL.A PA.
    ......waffle irons (early)
    KEEN & HAGERTY BALTO, MD (spelled out BALTIMORE on some kettles)
    ......tea kettles, 10 inch covers marked Keen & Hagerty EXCELSIOR, (reported to be 1855 to 1885)
    KEEN KUTTER- see SIMMONS
    KENTON BRAND (Kenton Harware Company, Kenton, OH late 1800's till 1954)
    ......toy skillet, spider skillet, griddle, tea kettle
    KENTUCKY GRIDDLE CO., LEXINGTON, KY
    ......Mrs. Shaeffer's Cake Griddles
    KENTUCKY STOVE CO. LOUISVILLE, KY
    ......Spiders and camp ovens (c.1860), waffle irons
    KEYSTONE FOOD CHOPPER, BOYERSTOWN, PA
    ......No. 5 skillets
    KIEFFER- C. KIEFFER LANCASTER, PA
    ......waffle irons (c.1860)
    KING STOVE & RANGE CO. (predecessor to Martin Stove),
    SHEFFIELD, AL
    ......skillets, bread stick pans, shallow skillets
    KINGERY MFG CO CIN O
    ......UNIQUE COFFEE ROASTER PAT. APLD FOR
    Klauer- A. Klauer DeBuque, Iowa (Marty says the writing appears like that- using smaller case letters)
    ......bread stick pans like Griswold 954
    KLYNE, KNOXVILLE, TENN
    ...... camp ovens
    KNOX STOVE WORKS,
    ......early dutch ovens, covered spiders, biscuit ovens
    KNOXVILLE - B & I - FOUNDRY KNOXVILLE, TENN.
    ......camp ovens (early)
    KRESGE- S S KRESGE COMPANY (of Dime Store fame)
    ......skillets
    KS&R CO- see King Stove & Range Co.
    KWIKBAKE- see Wrightsville Hardware Co.
    L H & F CO. NEW YORK U.S.A.
    ......popover pans
    LANGDON, (late 1800's)
    ......skillets, bowls
    LANIER & DRIESBACH. MF'R. CIN. O.
    ......waffle cone bakers
    THE LAWLER LINE- LAWLER MACH & FDY CO., B'HAM ALA
    ......skillets (possibly very limited or special production)
    LEE'S LIGHTNING LEE HARDWARE SALINA. KANS.
    ......waffle irons made by Stover in the Stover pattern
    LEHIGH STOVE CO. LEHIGHTON, PA
    ......tea kettles
    LEIBRANDT & MCDOWELL (Stove Mfg. Co., c.1860's and later),
    ......waffle irons, tea kettles (plus a large line of other iron cookware items)
    L H & F CO. NEW YORK
    ......cornbread stick pans
    LITHGOW- J S. LITHGOW LOUISVILLE KY.
    ......tea kettles, spiders with flanged cover (J.S. LITHGOW was the mayor of Louisville from 1865 to 1867.)
    LITHGOW MFG CO LOUISVILLE KY.
    ......tea kettles
    LITTLESTOWN HDWE & FDRY CO INC. NEW YORK MADE IN USA
    ......breakfast skillets, skillets (c.1920)
    *LODGE MFG CO., SOUTH PITSBURG, TN (1896 to present)
    ......full line website: http://lodgemfg.com/home.asp
    (also some recent licensed products like John Deere and other named skillets)
    (also made iron cookware for Sears but identifiable only if the original paper label is intact)
    LONG LIFE- made by Wagner
    ......skillets, waffle irons
    LOTH'S- THE W.J. LOTH STOVE CO., WAYNESBORO, VIRGINIA
    ......skillets, covers, (copies from Griswold pieces), dutch ovens, waffle irons, handle griddles
    ...history: http://www.vaart.com/generic.html?pid=51
    LUCKY, made starting in 1999 according to post on C&CICA Facebook (11-16-13). a foundry in Mississippi made them in small numbers.
    ……..Heavy looking round bottom, legged pots.
    LUTTON, BRADLEY & CO. CINCINNATI. O.
    ......early flanged covers
    MACDONALD,
    ......skillets, skillet covers, dutch ovens (dutch ovens appear to be made by Lodge)
    ?? MEDINA, O
    ......tea kettles PAT'D JULY 14, 1868
    MAGEE FURNACE CO. BOSTON, MASS
    ......skillets (19th century)
    MAID-OF-HONOR (maker unknown but sold by Sears c.1940's?)
    ......skillets (sizes 3,5,8), deep covered skillets, dutch ovens
    MAJESTIC MFG. CO., St. Louis, MO
    ......stove broilers, waffle irons by Lodge(?), waffle irons by Griswold
    Makomb
    ......waffle irons
    MARCH. SISLER. & CO, LAWRENCEVILLE. PA,
    ......tea kettles, 3 leg pots
    history: from Bean's 1884 History of Montgomery Co, PA- http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb...l/mchb0042.txt

    NATIONAL STOVE-WORKS, LIMERICK STATION, MARCH, BROWNBACK & CO. -These
    extensive valuable works were established at Lawrenceville, Chester Co., in
    1848, by Michael March, Isaac Buckwalter and Ezekial Thomas, trading as
    March & Buckwalter. Before the works were in full operation Thomas and
    Buckwalter sold out their half interest to Michael March. In 1849, John
    Church and Thomas Church purchased one half interest, when the firm became
    March & Church. In 1850, James L. Ellis bought the interest of John and
    Thomas Church, when the firm-name was March & Ellis. In 1851, George Frick
    purchased the interest of James L. Ellis, and the firm became March &
    Frick. In 1852, Daniel Allen bought the interest of George Frick, when the
    firm-name became March & Allen. In 1853, Washington Savidge bought a part
    of Allen's interest, and Mr. March remained a silent partner in the firm.
    The firm-name then was Allen & Savidge. In 1854, Savidge died, and the
    business was continued by Daniel Allen. In 1855, Henry C. March and Joseph
    Johnson bought Allen and Savidge's interest.

    The firm-name was March & Johnson, and so continued until 1860, when
    Edmund Sisler bought Joseph Johnson's interest. The firm then became March
    & Sisler, and continued so until 1865, when J. W. March entered as an equal
    partner; firm-name, March, Sisler & Co. In 1866, Franklin March entered the
    firm, the firm-name continuing. In 1866 the works were transferred to
    Limerick Station Montgomery Co., where more extensive and substantial
    buildings were erected, and the most improved machinery put into operation,
    so as to enable the firm to meet the constantly increasing pressure
    upon their manufacturing capacity.
    MARIETTA C. CO. PA
    ......kettles
    MARIETTA, PA (There may be several foundriess from Marietta, Pa. such as R&Co.,
    MH&E Co. and maybe others.)
    MARION (Marion Stove Co. (or Works)), Marion, IN (Ties to Sidney Hollow Ware, Wagner and ....Griswold(?))
    ......skillets (identical to early Wagner and Erie), tea kettles, flat bottom, rimmed, and three legged kettles, yankee bowls, shallow skillets
    http://www.griswoldandwagner.com/cgi...num=1050029294
    MARTIN STOVE & RANGE CO., FLORENCE, AL
    ......full line
    THE MASTER BAKE POT CO., BLOOMFIELD, N.J. (also CADMUS PRODUCTS CO. BAYONNE, N.J.)
    ......MASTER BAKE POT PAT'D SEPT. 3-1918
    MATTHAI, INGRAM & CO. BALTIMORE
    ......covered spiders
    McCLURE BEAN SOUP
    ......smaller, three legged pot reportedly sold at the big McClure Pa bean soup festival. Appears
    ......to be relatively new
    MEDINA 0 PAT'D JULY 14, 1868 (Medina, OH is just west of Cleveland)
    ......tea kettles
    MENARD MFG. CO., Menard, Ill
    ……..waffle irons
    MERIT- trade name for iron made for Sears by Griswold and Favorite c.1930's (Identical to Puritan)
    ......skillets, skillet covers, dutch ovens, gem and wheatstick pans, waffle irons by Favorite
    M H & E CO., MARIETTA, PA
    ......Pots
    MIAMI- low priced line by Favorite (name from Piqua, Miami County, OH)
    ......skillets
    MILLER- (MF'D. BY) A. G. MILLER, MINNEAPOLIS
    ......MRS. SHAFFERS CAKE GRIDDLE PATENTED SEPT. 24 1899
    MILLER- M. J. MILLER & CO. ONEONTA N. Y.
    ......toy tea kettles like ERIE #2
    "MI-PET" see Western Foundry Co.
    MISSION FOUNDRY & STOVE WORKS, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
    ......AXFORD BROILER skillets (3 sizes), CLOVER LEAF PANCAKE GRIDDLE
    MODERN FDY. & MFG. CO. MASCOUTAH, ILL
    ......commemorative dutch oven made 1976
    MONTAGUE- W. W. MONTAGUE & CO SAN FRANCISCO
    ......camp dutch oven w/flanged cover (early)
    history: http://www.montaguecompany.com/index.htm
    MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. Chicago, Illinois
    ......oval roasters, dutch ovens,
    MORGAN M'F'G. CO., KALAMAZOO, MI
    ......broilers
    MOUND CITY FOUNDRY ST. LOUIS
    ......lamb cake molds
    MOUNTAIN CITY STOVE CO. CHATTANOOGA TENN.
    ......tea kettles
    Mt. PENN STOVE WORKS READING, PA
    ......waffle irons, skillets
    N & N MFG CO BANGOR (see Noyes & Nutter)
    NAC & Co.
    ......danish cake pans
    Nashville Casting Co. Incorporated 808 10th Ave Nashville,Tenn. (on hang tag, pot unmarked)
    ...... tea kettles
    NATIONAL- low priced line by Wagner
    ......skillets, waffle irons
    NELSON- L.E. NELSON
    ......plette pans
    NELSON- N. NELSON LACROSSE, WIS
    ......wafer irons
    NEW ENGLAND BUTT CO., PROVIDENCE, RI
    ......waffle irons
    NEW ERA
    ......waffle irons
    N.Y. HOLLOWARE CO.
    ......waffle irons
    NOBLE- CHA'S NOBLE & CO. PHILADELPHIA (also marked C. H. & CO.)
    ......tea kettles
    NORDIC WARE (Minneapolis, MN- est. 1946)
    ......skillets
    website: http://www.nordicware.com/
    NORTH, CHASE & NORTH, Philadelphia, PA
    ......tea kettles (1861 patent), waffle irons, hearth spiders, 3-leg kettles
    NORTHS, HARRISON & CHASE, Philadelphia, PA
    ......waffle irons
    NOYES & HUTTON TROY, N.Y.
    ......tea kettles
    NOYES & NUTTER MFG. CO., BANGOR, ME (also seen marked N & N MFG CO BANGOR ME)
    ......dutch ovens, 3-leg kettles, covers
    NOYES- W. J. NOYES, ALBANY, NY
    ......tea kettles
    NUYDEA
    ......dutch ovens, skillets?, covered chicken fryers
    NYBERG- M. L. NYBERG & CO ERIE PA
    ......plette pans
    NYE- A. T. NYE & SON. MARIETTA. O. 1867.
    ......tea kettles w/1867 patent, covered spiders
    OBERMAN'S PERFECTION
    ......safety kettle PAT. MARCH 7' 82
    O'BRIEN & O'BRIEN, Chicago, IL
    ......skillets, dutch ovens, broilers
    OHIO STOVE CO. PORTS. O. (Portsmouth, Ohio)
    ......tea kettles
    OLDE IRONSIDES
    ......pots
    ONETA- low priced line by Wapak (name from WapakONETA, OH)
    ......skillets
    O.P.& CO. ORR PAINTER & CO., READING PA (see Prizer-Painter)
    ......waffle irons, skillets, tea kettles, 3-leg bulge kettles, 3-leg regular kettles, toy skillets
    OSBORN- J. F. OSBORN & BRO. CLARKSBURG, W. VA.
    ......early rimmed dutch oven covers
    OTTER RIVER FOUNDRY OTTER RIVER, MASS. U.S.A.
    ......square breakfast skillets
    OVERBAGH- A. OVERBAGH, HUDSON, NY (Addison is his first name)
    ......Overbagh's Egg-Fryer (Patent #44886; Nov. 1, 1864)
    OZARK, ST. LOUIS. MO (could this be from the Crescent Foundry Co.?)
    ......waffle irons
    P&B MF'G CO (PHILLIPS & BUTTORFF MFG. CO.), NASHVILLE, TENN
    ......full line (1858 thru mid 1900's Few marked pieces are seen)
    P&M SELF COOKER NY
    ......pressure cookers
    P&W
    ......skillets
    PAGOMA (Omaha, NB) ("PAGOMA" marked inside waffle iron)
    ......waffle irons
    ............Etched in the glass front of an old wooden display cabinet was: "PAGOMA (shield of quality) Paxtonl, Gallagher Co. Wholesale Hardware .............Co. Tenth St. Viaduct Omaha"
    PARIS- DANIEL E. PARIS & CO. TROY, N.Y.
    ......PARIS BROILER No.9 PAT'D 1877
    PARISIAN L & D M.F.G. & IN. O.
    ......wafer? irons
    PATTERSON- N. PATTERSON & CO. CINCINATTI. 0_
    ......dutch ovens w/covers (early)
    PATTERSON & CO. GERVAIS OREGON.
    ......tea kettles
    PATTON MFG. CO. COLUMBUS, OHIO 1874-1900
    ......hollow ware, tea pots, kettles, griddles (according to historical data)
    PEASE- PAT'D, H. S. PEASE CIN'TI. O.
    ......safety kettles
    PEERLESS
    ......pizzelle irons
    PENN MFG. CO. HULTON, PA
    ......one of several makers of MRS. SHAEFFERS CAKE GRIDDLE PATENTED SEPT.24 1889
    PERFECTION- tradename for Martin Stove and Range cookware. See Martin Stove & Range Co.
    ......skillets and other pieces
    PERFECTION WAFFLE BAKER PAT'D MAY 8, 1883
    ......waffle irons
    PERIN & GAFF MFG. CO. CIN. O.
    ......gem pans
    PETERSON- C. P. PETERSON RICHMOND IND
    ......handle griddles
    Peterson- (see STUART PETERSON & CO.)
    PHILLIP'S- G.H. PHILLIP'S & CO. TROY NY
    ......flop griddles (Pat'd Aug' 27, 1878)
    PHILLIPS & BUTTORFF- see P&B Mfg. Co.
    PITTY PAT'S PORCH, ATLANTA, GA
    ......skillets
    PLYMOUTH IRON FOUNDRY, PLYMOUTH, MA
    ......tea kettles
    P & M N.Y.
    ......SELF COOKER (pressure cooker)
    POCASSET IRON WORKS, NY
    ......dutch ovens
    POMEROY, PECKOVER & CO. CIN. O
    ......waffle irons
    PORTLAND STOVE FOUNDRY CO., PORTLAND, ME
    ......skillets, "Home" flop griddles, Atlantic Bread Pans Nos. 1, 2, & 3; scotch bowls
    (foundry, unknown) PORTSMOUTH, O
    ......lipped covers
    PPP
    ......muffin pans
    PPS
    ......skillets (c.1860-70)
    PRARIE FLOWER (may or may not be a maker's name)
    ......oval griddles (c.1880's?)
    PREMIUM HOLLOW WARE RICHMOND, VA (a line of hollow ware by Richmond Stove Co.)
    ......covered spiders
    PRESTON LOWELL MA. (Est. 1879)
    ......tea kettles
    PRIMUS
    ......double broilers
    PRIZER-PAINTER STOVE WORKS, READING, PA (successor to Orr, Painter & Co.)
    ......"Prizer Ware" enameled iron cookware
    P.S.F. Co. (see Portland Stove Foundry)
    PURITAN- trade name for iron made for Sears by Griswold and/or Favorite c.1930's
    ......skillets, skillet covers, dutch ovens, gem and wheatstick pans
    PYNE HACKET & CO. LOUISVILLE KY.
    ...... tea kettles (pat. 1866)
    Q.M. BROILER PAT.7.9.87 (Pat.# 366679 Could Q.M. be Quick Meal? Pattern 442 on
    .......bottom written in the style print that Griswold used c.1890's)
    R & CO., MARRIETTA, PA
    ......skillets
    RAINBOW & CO PITTS (spelled out PITTSBURGH on oval roaster top)
    ......skillets, oval roasters
    RANSOM- S. H. RANSOM & CO., Albany, NY
    ......handle griddles, waffle irons, skillets, tea kettles (Pat. Mar. 19, 1861)
    RATHBONE- J. F. RATHBONE & CO., ALBANY, N.Y.
    ......tea kettles (1866 patent), waffle irons (marked RATHBONE & CO. ALBANY)
    RAYMOND & CAMPBELL MIDDLETOWN, PA
    ......hollowware (not sure if they were the makers or Susquehanna Iron Works was)
    ......also tea kettles
    R&E MFG. CO. (Russell & Erwin) (gem pans nearly identical to Waterman gem pans)
    ......gem pans,
    READ- J. M. READ BOSTON
    ......skillets (PAT. JUNE 10, 1879)
    REED- W. REED & CO. CINCINNATTI.
    ......waffle irons (c.1860's)
    REID'S PAN (Maker unknown. Could "PAN" be referring to "PATENT")
    ......gem pan marked "REID'S PAN" and dated "DEC. 1870" -or- "JULY 18, 1871"
    RENFROW (or RENFROW WARE), LA (reportedly Los Angeles and not Louisana)
    ......skillets, deep skillets w/hinge tab, dutch ovens
    RESOR- W. RESOR & CO. CINCINNATI
    ......waffle irons, tea kettles
    REX MFG. CO.
    ......"Doganbun" corndog baker
    REV-O-NOC- see HIBBARD
    RICHMOND STOVE CO. RICHMOND, VA (sometimes marked RICHMOND VA. STOVE CO.)
    ......full line
    ...Catalog: http://www.library.vcu.edu/jbc/speccoll/stovecat.html
    RIPLEY CAKE GRIDDLE CO. RIPLEY, O. (see CANTON CAKE GRIDDLE CO.)
    ......"THE CANTON CAKE GRIDDLE"
    ......Pat. Apr.28,1896 flop griddles (same as Canton Cake Griddle)
    RIPLEY'S- E. RIPLEY'S (Troy, NY?)
    ......tea kettles PATENTED JULY 14, 1868
    RITCH & PIDGE MFG. CO., Fultonville, NY
    ......skillets, griddles (line marked "The Peerless")
    ROBERTS- J. C. ROBERTS BEDFORD, PA
    ......bundt cake pans
    ROBERTSON- W. F. ROBERTSON & CO. BEVERLY. OHIO
    ......PATENTED JUNE 28, 1863 tea kettles
    ROGAN- L.H. ROGAN & CO. Knoxville, Ten.
    ......covered 3-leg kettles, covered spiders
    ROELKER- J. H. ROELKER & COMPANY EVANSVILLE, IND
    ......tea kettles
    ROELKER BLOUNT & CO. EVANSVILLE, IND
    ......tea kettles
    ROME HOLLOW WARE & STOVE MFG. CO. ROME GA.
    ......tea kettles
    ROME INDUSTRIES PEORIA, ILL
    ......PIE IRON (made early 1960's to present)
    ......website: http://www.pieiron.com/
    ROME STOVE WORKS (related to or same as above listing?)
    ......tea kettles, 3-leg dutch ovens
    ROOT- D. ROOT & CO. INDIANAPOLIS. IND
    ......tea kettles
    ROPER, ROCKFORD, IL
    ......waffle irons
    ROSENBAUM & CO. CIN. O.
    ......tea kettles (patented 1866)
    ROYS & WILCOX CO. ASTBERLIN, CONN.
    ......coffee roaster (Woods Patent Apr 17, 1849 Harringtons IMP'T May 17, 1859)
    RS Co (Probably Richmond Stove Co., Richmond, VA)
    ......egg bakers
    RUSSELL & BEACH CHESTER, CONN.
    ......square waffle irons on frame (early)
    (RUSSELS PATENT APRIL 9 1867) maker unknown
    ......two part hinged broiler
    S. MFG. CO., NEW YORK, NY (some are marked CHICAGO)
    ......flop griddles (also see CLEMENT & CO. under Canadian Makers section)
    SAMPSON & TISDALE NEW YORK
    ......tea kettles (very early- c.1800?)
    SANDSTRUM- J.A. SANDSTRUM, PORTLAND, OR
    plett pans
    SANFORD- D.E.SANFORD CO. Los Angeles, San Francisco
    ......breakfast skillets, cloverleaf pancake griddles
    SANFORD & CLUTE, SCHENECTADY, N.Y.
    ......tea kettles
    SAN FRANCISCO STOVE WORKS
    ......J V TAYLORS IMPROVED GRIDDLE (flop griddles)
    SANI-WARE- See CHICAGO HARDWARE FOUNDRY (tradename for Chicago Hardware Foundry cookware c.1930?)
    SAVERY & CO., PHILA. (Iron Hollow Ware Foundry) (see also BARROWS SAVERY & CO.)
    ......Location: South Front Street Below The Navy Yard
    ......covered spiders, pots
    SAVERY- B. M. SAVERY NY
    ......tea kettles
    SAVERY, SHAW & CO. ALBANY
    ......spiders
    SAVERYıS- J. SAVERY'S SON & CO. N.Y. (some marked JOHN SAVERY'S SON & CO. ....Earliest name is J. Savery followed by J. Savery & Son followed by J. Savery's Sons)
    ......waffle irons, wafer irons, dutch ovens, tea kettles (pat'd Dec. 18, 1866), odorless or safety? ......kettles (pat'd Aug. 18th, 1874)
    S. B. & Co.
    ......3-leg kettles
    SCANDINAVIAN IMPORTING CO. BOSTON MASS
    ......plette pans (p/n2980- made by Griswold?)
    SCF Co (possibly same as SO-CO-OP F'DY CO. below?)
    ......tea kettles
    SCHOFIELD'S MACON GA
    ......7-stick corncob pan
    SHOCH- FRED. L. SHOCH 333 NORTH 20TH STREET PHILA.
    ......tea kettles
    S.C.T. CO. LICENSED UNDER PATENTS JAN.25'81 & APR.20'86
    ......flop griddles (like S. Mfg. Co.)
    SEABURY- H. SEABURY ALBANY
    ......tea kettles (COVER PAT'D JANY 1, 1861)
    (Sears Roebuck) A number of companies made iron cookware for Sears including Griswold,
    ......Wagner, Favorite, Lodge and possibly others. Griswold made pieces will usually be marked
    ......S. R. & Co. or Best Made or Puritan or Merit. Favorite made pieces are marked Puritan.
    ......Wagner pieces seem to be unmarked as do Lodge made pieces which are probably later
    ......than the other companies.
    SELDEN & GRISWOLD MFG. CO., ERIE, PA (1865 to c.1884, predecessor to
    Griswold)
    ......full line
    SHAEFFER GRIDDLE CO. CANTON, OHIO
    ......MRS. SHAEFFER'S CAKE GRIDDLE PATENTED SEP 24. 1889 (see IOWA GRIDDLE CO. and PENN MFG. CO. also)
    SHANTZ & KEELEY, SPRING CITY, PA.
    ......tea kettles
    SHAPLEIGH HARDWARE CO., ST. LOUIS, MO
    ......waffle irons
    history: http://www.thckk.org/shapleigh-history.html
    SHEPARD HARDWARE CO., BUFFALO, NY
    gem pans, round broilers
    SHEPPARD- see I. A. S. & Co.
    SHERMAN S. JEWETT & CO., Buffalo, Detroit (stove foundry)
    ......scotch bowls, 3-leg kettles
    SHINNICK, HATTON & CO., (some marked "SHINNICK & CO." with HATTON removed)
    ......tea kettles (1863 patent) (one owner reports HATTAN is correct spelling)
    SIDNEY- see WAGNER. Pieces marked only SIDNEY are probably ones made by Wagner in the
    old Sidney Hollow Ware Co. foundry after Wagner acquired that company in 1897.
    ......full, or nearly full line
    SIDNEY HOLLOW WARE CO., SIDNEY, OH (c.1886 to 1897 when bought by
    ...Wagner)
    ......full line
    SIDNEY M'F'G. CO., Sidney, O
    ......tea kettles (could this be either Wagner or Sidney Hollow Ware Co.?)
    SILVER & CO.
    ......Brooklyn Broiler (there may have been other makers of the Brooklyn Broilers)
    SIMMONS- E C SIMMONS- SIMMONS HARDWARE CO., ST. LOUIS, MO
    ......Keen Kutter and Simmons waffle irons
    history: http://www.thckk.org/simmons-hdwe.html
    Simpson- Jos Simpson Cols. O
    ......waffle irons (no frame and with long handle but appears to be for stovetop use)
    SKINNER SAFETY KETTLE CO., ERIE, PA.
    .....safety kettles, odorless skillets (both pieces made by Griswold
    S M CO., PITT'S PA
    ......skillets, pots
    SMITH, FRANCIS & WELLS, SPRINGVILLE, CHESTER Co., PA (now Spring City)
    ......waffle irons c.1860-70
    SMITH & SELTZER. PHIL'A
    ......tea kettles
    SMITH'S- W.B. SMITH'S GIANT ROASTER PAT_APPL'D_FOR
    ......oval roasters
    SO-CO-OP F'DY CO. (Southern Cooperative Foundry?), Rome, GA (see SCF Co above)
    ......tea kettles
    SOUTH-PITTSBURG-HOLLOW-WARE-WORKS TENN.
    ......covers (very early)
    SOUTHARD, ROBERTSON & CO. 257 & 259 WATER ST. N.Y.
    ......tea kettles
    S.P. & CO. (see STUART PETERSON & CO)
    S-P CO (may be either S.P. & Co. or S & P Co. or are the three all the same company?)
    ......skillets
    S & P CO. PHILA.
    ......pressure cookers, round boilers, tin handled pots, No.1 french roll pans
    SPERRY- D.R. SPERRY & CO, BATAVIA, IL
    ......skillets, handle griddles, dutch ovens, large kettles
    SPOORS- E. SPOORS, NY
    ......tea kettles, skillets, (possibly other Parlor Stove Furniture (See Foxell & Jones)
    SPRINGVILLE STOVE & HOLLOW WARE WORKS PA
    ......tea kettles
    S.R. & CO. made for Sears Robuck & Co. by Griswold c.1930
    ......skillets, skillet covers, dutch ovens, wheatstick pans
    S & T Co
    ......oval griddles
    STANDARD
    ......skillets
    STANDARD GAS EQUIPMENT CORP. NEW YORK
    ......waffle irons made by Griswold, 1908 patent
    STANDARD MFG. CO., MONONGAHELIA, PA
    ......wafer or pizzelle irons
    STAR FOUNDRY, Wheeling Va. (W. Va) (see FISHER- B. FISHER)
    covers )for pots or spiders?)
    STEARNS- E. C. STEARNS & CO., Syracuse, N.Y.
    ......"Stearns Broilette" broiler pan and rack (rack usually missing), gem pans
    STEWART
    ......regular kettles
    STILL- F. M. STILL NY
    ......c.1865 waffle iron marked IMPROVED
    STOVE CO., SCRANTON, PA
    ......skillets
    STOVER MFG. CO., Freeport, IL (bread pans marked STOVER MFG. & ENGINE CO.)
    ......waffle irons, wafer irons, Stover Junior toy waffle irons, No.11 corn bread pans (like No.22 .......pans)
    STRICKLAND- H. STRICKLAND & CO.
    ......3-leg pots (early)
    STRONG- BUTLER N. STRONG (East Hampton parish of Chatham, CT)
    ......waffle irons c. 1830s
    history below from: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb...._1884_hist.htm

    BEVIN BROTHERS MANUFACTURING COMPANY.-The next factory in order, or the first one, in fact, that is now in active operation, is that the The BEVIN Brothers Manufacturing Company, which stands on the site of the East Hampton Manufacturing Company's works, which were organized in 1830 by Butler N. STRONG, Harry STRONG, Dan. B. NILES, and Alfred WILLIAMS. They carried on a limited business in the manufacture of waffle irons, coffee mills, clock bells, and other metal goods. In 1837, Chauncey and Abner G. BEVIN bought out the firm, and in 1838 admitted their brother Philo as partner, under the name of BEVIN Brothers. They manufacture sleigh, hand, house, cow, sheep, door, and ship bells; also preserve kettles and waffle irons. At first they employed but six hands. As their business increased the old buildings were torn down and new ones erected which cover over an acre of ground. The casting shop, which is the largest, is 35 by 174 feet, one story high; the finishing shop 35 by 165 feet, two stories high. There is an office and nine other out-buildings. From 50 to 75 hands of both sexes are employed throughout the entire year, and the business continues to grow and increase, requiring constant changes to meet the demands of the trade. Soon after the great fire in Chicago, during which the court-house in that city was destroyed, the large bell which hung in that building, being ruined, was purchased by EVERHART & Co., of Chicago, manufacturing jewelers, who shipped a portion of this famous bell to this firm, who cast it into miniature bells to be worn as a relic of the great fire. Many thousands of these little souvenirs were cast for the Chicago firm, who sold them readily at first for $3 each. It may be interesting to know that part of the metal of this court-house bell was from remnants of cannon used in 1832 in the defense of Fort Dearborn at the time of the Indian massacre. In 1868, they took the firm name of "The BEVIN Brothers Manufacturing Company," which they still retain.


    STUART PETERSON & CO., PHILIDELPHIA (some pieces marked THE STUART
    ....PETERSON COMPANY PHILAD'A -or- S.P. & Co.) http://www.philageohistory.org/rdic-...cfm/HGSv1.0079
    ......PAT 1867 flop griddles (also marked AGENTS, NEW YORK), waffle irons,
    ......spiders w/covers, dutch ovens and spiders w/flanged covers, kettles,
    ......french roll pans
    STUDABAKER- J. A. STUDABAKER HARDWARE. BLUFFTON, IND.
    ......toy skillets
    SULLIVAN & HERDMAN ZANESVILLE. O.
    ......tea kettles PATENTED JUNE 23, 1863
    SUPERIOR CLEVELAND (not known if SUPERIOR is the maker or a trade name)
    ......skillets
    SUPREME FDRY-MFG CO. BELLEVILLE ILL.
    ......skillets
    SUSQUEHANNA IRON WORKS, MIDDLETOWN, DAUPHIN CO., PA
    ......(see Raymond & Campbell)
    S.W. CO., PHILADELPHIA, PA
    ......pots
    SWEENEY'S
    ......waffle irons (early)
    J. A. TALBO CASSOPOLI MICH
    ......gem pan exactly the same as the REID'S PAN
    TARBELL- F L TARBELL MFG CO, CHICAGO
    ......COMEBACK STANDARD CONE BAKER (Ice cream cone baker)
    TAUNTON IRON WORKS Taunton, Mass
    ......patented tea kettles
    TECUMSEH, (possibly Techmseh, Mich.) see: http://books.google.com/books?id=x_2...oundry&f=false
    Heesen Bros. & Co. probably the makers.
    ......skillets, pots, handle griddles
    …...an ad in a trade publication 1896 WANTED By manufacturer Al travelin salesman visiting the hardware stove an house furnishin trade to sell our line of extra finished cast hol ow ware on commission State terI itorv traveled Address Heeson Bros & Co Tecumseh Mich
    TENNESEE AGRICULTURAL WORKS. NASHVILLE TENN. 1871.
    ......tea kettles (note that TENNESEE, not Tennessee, is the way it is spelled on the tea kettle)
    TERSTEGGE, GOHMANN & CO. NEW ALBANY, IND 1883
    ......tea kettles
    TEXALOY FOUNDRY FLORESVILLE, TEXAS
    ......dutch oven(?) cover with hand written style "JOE TODD" on top
    THE GEM (maker unknown)
    ......waffle irons (Patd April 12, 98)
    THOMAS, ROBERTS, STEVENSON & CO. QUAKERTOWN, PA (stove foundry) (Roberts, Scypes & Co. after 1881)
    ......tea kettles
    THOMPSON & PARKINS PHILIDELPHIA
    ......tea kettles (some dated 1868)
    T.I.W. Co. (very possibly Taunton Iron Works Co., Taunton, MA)
    ......skillets, tea kettles
    TREMEN & BROS ITHACA, N.Y.
    ......large 3-leg kettles
    TRIUMPH
    ......broilers (pat'd nov 6 1888)
    TRS & CO PHILAD (reported to be THOMAS, ROBERTS, STEVENSON & CO.)
    ......tea kettles, eccentric kettles, waffle irons
    TRUMBORE HROMSCO
    ......square egg skillets in the early Griswold pattern (the two names are marked on
    ......the bottom inside a tall cross with the M's of the two names being common
    TUTHILL & AVERY EASTON, MD
    ......flop griddles (Jeffrey's Patent Aug. 27, 1867?)
    VAN ETTEN- F. M. VAN ETTEN, CHICAGO, ILL.
    ......Schofield's patent (Jan 25, 1881) flop griddles
    VICTOR- lower priced line by Griswold
    ......skillets, waffle irons
    VICTOR (not Griswold)
    ......odorless skillets (PAT'D JUNE 10, 1879)
    VITANTONIA MFG. CO., CLEVELAND, OHIO
    ......pizelle irons
    VOLLRATH MFG. CO., SHEBOYGAN, WI
    ......skillets, skillet covers, kettles, dutch ovens (did a lot of porcelainizing on iron)
    VOSE & CO, ALBANY, N.Y. (stove manuf. & dealers 1848-1861, Samuel C. Vose)
    ...…skillets, 3-leg pit bottom kettle (Scott Price's 5-13)
    WAFFLEDOG CORP. WASHINGTON, D.C. PAT'D MAY 6, 1924
    ......waffle dog iron, appears to be made by Griswold (p/n 418/419, base missing)
    WAGNER MFG. CO., SIDNEY, OH (1891 to 1999) see below for currently made Wagner
    ......full line
    WALKER (same as below?)
    ......3-leg kettles
    WALKER- GEO. W. WALKER & CO. 48 & 50 UNION ST. BOSTON MASS.
    ......flop griddles PATENTED AUG. 27, 1867
    WAPAK HOLLOW WARE CO., WAPAKONETA, OH (1903 to 1926)
    ......full line
    WARDS CAST IRON MONTEGOMERY WARDS
    ......skillets (made by Wagner)
    WARDWAY-- tradename for Montgomery Wards. Items made by Wagner
    ......skillets, handle griddles
    WARNICK & LEIBRANDT
    ......waffle irons
    WATERMAN- N. WATERMAN, BOSTON, MA (Est. 1825)
    ......gem pans, waffle irons
    W.B. Co. or W.B. & Co. see Wood, Bishop & Co.
    WEBSTER- HOUSE OF WEBSTER ROGERS, AR
    ......AMERICAN HERITAGE SKILLET electric cast iron skillets (made c.1940's, possibly by Lodge?). Also electric
    ......3 leg kettles
    WEED & CORNWELL SAVANNA, GA.
    ......3-leg dutch ovens
    WELLS- H. WELLS & BRO. MARTINSFERRY. O. -or- BRIDGEPORT, O.
    ......covered hearth spiders, tea kettles (pat. May 8, 1866)
    WESTERN FOUNDRY LEAVENWORTH. KAS.
    ......early dutch ovens and spiders?
    THE WESTERN FOUNDRY CO., CHICAGO, IL 3634 S Kedzie Ave, Chicago, IL
    ......Mi-Pet skillets (3, 5, 8, 9), dutch ovens/trivets, No.4 oval roasters/trivets, handle griddles, shallow skillets or skillet griddles, deep skillets (chicken fryer), double skillets, maybe a flat bottom kettle. (also ......BLACKHAWK ......PRODUCTS which included a breakfast skillet)
    WESTERN IMPORTING CO., MINNEAPOLIS & NEW YORK & Montreal
    ......waffle irons, rosette irons
    WESTERN STOVE MFG. CO. ST. LOUIS, MO
    ......tea kettles
    WHEELING, VA (no maker's name; just the city)
    ......tea kettles (c.1870's?)
    WHEELOCK- MRS. WHEELOCK'S WAFER IRONS, 550 Shelby Ave., St. Paul, MN
    ......"Mrs. Wheelock's Wafer Irons"
    WHITE- THOMAS WHITE QUINCY ILL COVE PAT.D JAN. 1, 1861
    …….tea kettles
    WILTON
    ......gem pans
    WITTE HARDWARE CO. ST. LOUIS (reportedly established 1849)
    ......"IXL" brand waffle irons made by Stover
    WOOD, BISHOP & CO. (early) or WOOD & BISHOP CO. (later). Also W.B. Co.), BANGOR, ME (est. 1839, incorp. 1894)
    ......skillets, tea kettles, gem pans
    WRIGHT & BRIDGEFORD LOUISVILLE. KY.
    ......waffle irons
    WRIGHTSVILLE HARDWARE CO.
    ......QUIKBAKE waffle irons (PATENT PENDING)
    W.I.R.CO. WROUGHT IRON RANGE CO., ST. LOUIS, MO (Est. 1864- Maker of Home Comfort
    Ranges)
    ......skillets, handle griddles, tea kettles, flat bottom kettles
    W.M.C. CO., N.Y. (William M. Crane Company)
    ......No.76 waffle irons made by Griswold, pattern numbers 976/977/975
    WM. M. CRANE COMPANY NEW YORK N.Y. (same as W.M.C. Co.)
    ......"VULCAN" rectangular waffle iron, pat. 1922, pattern number 392, made by Griswold (like No.12,13,14, Griswold waffle irons)
    WOLTERS & BERGERMAN, PUEBLO, COLO PAT. MAR 3, 1908
    ......flop griddles
    W. S. & CO. ARCOLE IRON WORKS (also see ARCOLE FOUNDRY for possible connection)
    ......early spiders


    Canadian makers:
    AMHERST FOUNDRY CO. AMHERST N. S.
    ......tea kettles
    "BHOUKA" Grill Granby, Que.
    CLEMENT & CO. TORONTO, ONT.
    ......flop griddles PAT. JUNE 2, 1887 (Same as those made by S MFG CO. NEW YORK)
    CORAL Canada
    ......"BHOUKA" GRILL
    EATON'S HOUSEWARES (T. EATON CO. HOUSEWARES DEPARTMENT) (reportedly sold by Eatons's of Canada ....department store)
    ......dutch ovens w/trivets, Skillets
    "EATONIA" HOUSEWARES (see T. Eaton Co., above)
    ENAMEL & HEATING PRODUCTS LIMITED SACKVILLE N.B.
    ......skillets (some marked "FAWCETT" in center of bottom. Some pans were porcelainized)
    FINDLAY, CARLETON PLACE, ONTARIO, CAN
    Made by the Findlay Stove Co. which operated early 1860's to 1971
    ......skillets, dutch ovens
    ......history-not up to date-written 1967; http://www.lib.uwo.ca/business/ccc-findlays.htm
    GSW- GENERAL STEEL WARES, ONTARIO, CAN
    ......skillets, wood handle skillets
    JAVELIN, JOLIETTE, QUE., CAN
    ......skillets, square skillets, breakfast skillets, "No.20 Tasty Maize Roll Pan" (corn cob pan)
    LISLET CANADA (L'lslet, Quebec)
    ......skillets, oval roasters
    LISSER CANADA
    ......skillets
    MAYFAIR HOUSEWARES
    ......dutch ovens
    MCCLARY'S, LONDON, ONTARIO, CAN
    ......skillets and covers, round griddles, dutch ovens, oval roasters & trivets, flat bottom kettles & covers,
    ......waffle irons, breakfast skillets

    SMARTS- JAMES SMART MFG. CO. LIMITED, BROCKVILLE, CAN
    ...…skillets, griddles, waffle irons, dutch ovens, breakfast skillets
    ......Smart's Foundry was reportedly established under the name Novelty Works in 1854 in Brockville, Ontario.
    TAYLOR FORBES, GUELPH, CAN
    ......waffle irons

    Mexican names and makers:

    CIA FERRETERA EL BARCO MONTEREY
    ......covered 3-leg pots
    CIA=abbr. for The Company FERRETERA=hardware store EL BARCO=the ship
    MONTERREY N.L.
    ......covered spiders
    SULTANA HECHO EN MEXICO
    ......oval griddles


    Currently or recently produced NEW iron cookware available in North America:

    AMERICAN CAMPER made in China
    ......skillets
    BENJAMIN-MEDWIN currently new in stores made in China
    ......skillets, corn cob pans, gem pans, and other pieces
    DANAL INDUSTRIES INC. NEW YORK
    ......covered chicken fryers (made in Taiwan)
    DEERE & MANSUR COMPANY MOLINE, ILL
    ......tea kettles (made in Taiwan)
    FARBERWARE
    ......skillets
    GRILLMASTER by Sunbeam made in China
    ......skillets
    JAVELIN JOLIETTE, QUE.
    ......skillets, breakfast skillets, turk head pans
    JOHN WRIGHT COMPANY, Wrightsville, PA
    ......skillets, griddles, bowls, dutch ovens, woks, other pieces
    http://www.jwright.com/aboutus.cfm
    MACA- MACA Supply Company, Springville, UT
    ......camp dutch ovens, griddles
    http://www.macaovens.com/
    MSE (Martha Stewart Everyday) New from K-Mart; similiar to Benjamin Medwin
    ...made in China
    ......skillets,
    OLVIDA- Monroe, NC (iron cookware cast in China for Olvida and nickeled in North Carolina)
    ......electroless nickeled skillets, grill pans, covered pots
    Greg, the Olvida listing above has ended up in the Canadian section of the Wags foundry list instead of the Currently Produced iron section.
    http://www.olvidacookware.com/cookware.html
    ROME INDUSTRIES PEORIA, ILL
    ......"PIE IRON" in different styles
    http://www.romeindustries.com/retail.html
    WAGNER
    ...made in USA (Sidney, O) Pieces actually cast up to 1999 when the Wagener Foundry closed. Foundry reopened partially in 2003 and was "refinishing" pieces left in the foundry but not pouring any new iron. These items reportedly available only from the Wagner website-
    http://wagnerware.com/PLineCat.asp?Filter=PL&PLine=4
    WAGNER
    ...made in China beginning early 2004
    WENZEL 1887
    ...made in China for Wenzel (since 1887) who produces and sells camping gear to specialty ....stores. Sam's Club carried the Wenzel iron cookware c. 2000. None is currently being ...produced in 2003.
    WKM
    ...made in China and/or Taiwan
    ......skillets, wood handled skillets

    Other makers (more information needed)
    PLANTATION SKILLET SPECIAL
    ......skillet covers,
    SPRINGFIELD FOUNDRY COMPANY, INC.
    I called the phone number below and it doesn't work. Not sure what to do with this piece but it could be put in this new section until more info is garnered.
    Springfield Foundry Co 616-962-6278 1060 River Rd W Battle Creek MI 49015
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    Re: Board topics

    This is a list of PATENTS, both INVENTION and DESIGN (preceded by a "D") that I was able to find in my research over many years. I also posted this quite a few years back on the WAGS forum in a post or thread that I STARTED and I would periodically update the list. As with my Foundry List I am pleased to share this with all cast iron cookware enthusiasts and give G&CIA permission to use the list as they see fit with the understanding that this list will remain mine to use in any way in the future. I have occasionally updated the list in recent times but I think there may be some more patents to find. The list could stand to be cleaned up some; I have kept it in draft form.

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    Below is a list of patent numbers for cast iron cookware and related items. Click on the link at right to go directly to the patent page. By reading the patent much interesting information can be learned about the patent and/or patented piece including how an item was meant to be used. A "D" before the patent number denotes a Design Patent. "RE" denotes a reissue of a patent. Assignee, if any, is in parenthesis.
    Anyone should be able to look them up and print out the information using any of the below links:

    NEW: Google Patent Search http://www.google.com/patents (I find this to be the easiest and best for searching (I find this to be the easiest and best for searching but use this related link in my searches: http://www.google.com/advanced_patent_search )

    http://patft.uspto.gov/netahtml/PTO/srchnum.htm

    You have to type in a D before any design patent number you are looking up.
    Note: my iMac works fine accessing this site and seeing patent infomation but, if nothing comes up on your computer you may need to download a helper.

    Here is another site to get patent info-
    http://www.pat2pdf.org/

    This list was compiled by me. I retain the right to use the list in any way I choose to. You may also use the list and only ask that credit be given to me.
    Steve Stephens

    Most recent entries below in blue (1-9-08)

    33 1836, Sep. 29, cook stove, J.L.Mott, NY, NY (oldest patent for a stove) http://tinyurl.com/2x5xq7
    37 1836, Sept. 28, crane stove, Elisha Town, Montpelier, VT http://tinyurl.com/2jynbg
    50 1836, Oct. 11, stove and fireplace, New York, NY http://tinyurl.com/3b89ds
    62 1836, Oct. 20, cook stove, J. Whiting, Boston, Mass. http://tinyurl.com/2r7jwh
    78 1836, Nov. 14, gridiron, A. & G. Sizer, Meriden, CT (oldest cookware patent) http://tinyurl.com/2qo6c2
    83 1836, Nov. 17, cooking stove, S. B. Spaulding, Brandon, VT http://tinyurl.com/3yt7fh
    114 1837, Jan. 31, cooking stove, B. H. Wood, Bath, NY http://tinyurl.com/27a7lp
    431 1837, Oct. 18, cooking stove, D. Stephens, Kirtland, OH http://tinyurl.com/2zbvll
    982 1838, Oct. 16, cooking stove, J. Hill, Andover, MA http://tinyurl.com/yufkkz
    1,352 1839, Sept. 30, cooking stove, N. Peck, Carmel, NY http://tinyurl.com/2crjln
    1,627 1840, Jun. 10, portable furnace-baker, G Chilson, Boston, MA http://tinyurl.com/3dchtu
    1,960 1841, Jan. 30, gridiron, I. Damon, Northhampton, MA http://tinyurl.com/24ed9u
    2,767 1842, Aug. 31, cooking utensil, S. C. Riley, New York, NY http://tinyurl.com/2wvd5l
    3,939 1845, Mar. 12, cooking stove, J. T. Davy, Troy, NY http://tinyurl.com/york8o
    3,973 1845, March 26, gridiron, Joseph Hawkins, West Windsor, NJ http://tinyurl.com/34s6jc
    4,358 1846, Jan. 15, cooking stove, B. F. De Wolf, Lansingburgh, NY http://tinyurl.com/ytfqcl
    5,442 1848, Feb. 8, molding hollow-ware, W. Rogers, Philadelphia, PA http://tinyurl.com/yufzdr
    D578 1853, July 5, waffle iron, Nathaniel Waterman, Boston, MA http://tinyurl.com/ys766o
    15,799 1856, Sept. 30, gridiron, Wm. Bennett, New York, NY http://tinyurl.com/2nlwce
    D1,043 1858, Aug. 17, Nathaniel Waterman's Roll Pans, Boston, MA http://tinyurl.com/2hwhbp
    D1,046 1858, Aug. 31, Nathaniel Waterman's Biscuit Pans, Boston, MA http://tinyurl.com/yqqf3y
    23,517 1859, April 5, egg pan and cake baker, Nathaniel Waterman, Boston, MA http://tinyurl.com/285jt9
    RE2289 reissue of above patent, reissued June 19, 1866
    RE2240 reissue of above reissue and patent, reissued Jan 8, 1867
    23,367 1859, March 29, gridiron, Greene & Treadwell, Albany, NY http://tinyurl.com/2artkg
    26,368 1859, Dec. 6, broiler, Oscar F. Morrill, Boston, MA http://tinyurl.com/3att9o
    26,539 1859, Dec. 20, gridiron, John G. Treadwell, Albany, NY http://tinyurl.com/ypsp2n
    29,238 1860, July 24, gridiron Brooks & Grover http://tinyurl.com/29fml3
    31,035 1861, Jan. 1, tea kettle cover, Ezra Ripley, Troy, NY http://tinyurl.com/2g5mn4
    31,482 1861, Feb. 19, gridiron, Shavor & Corse, Troy, NY (see RE 2,122) http://tinyurl.com/2nx375
    31,767 1861, Mar. 19, tea kettle, Ransom & Grainger, Albany, NY (S. H. Ransom & Co.) http://tinyurl.com/36og8f
    34,339 1862, Feb. 4, steak broiler, G. W. Walker, Boston, MA (G. W. Walker & Jno. Magee) http://tinyurl.com/2mnqr4
    35,361 1862, May 27, broiler, Gardiner Chilson, Boston, MA http://tinyurl.com/35q6lb
    1862, July 8, (marked on tea kettle- J. A. Goewey, Albany, NY- unable to find patent)
    37,423 1863, Jan 13, tea kettle, B. H. Menke, Cint'i, O (Chamberlain & Co.) http://tinyurl.com/yuz4yz
    37,460 1863, Jan. 20, meat broiler, G. B. Ransom, Chester, CT http://tinyurl.com/3yndlb
    37,483 1863, Jan. 27, tea kettle, A.C. Barstow, Prov. RI http://tinyurl.com/yrewvv
    38,972 1863, June 23, tea kettle, B. H. Menke, Cint'i, O http://tinyurl.com/27kxqh
    40,461 1863, Nov. 3, cover for baking pans, W.C. Davis, Cincinnati, O. http://tinyurl.com/2oupxn
    RE 1,568 1863, Nov. 10, gridiron, Oscar Morril, Chelsea, MA http://tinyurl.com/22srlo
    44,346 1864, Sept. 20, frying pan, S. B. Sexton, Baltimore, MD http://tinyurl.com/2e3fjj
    44,886 1864, Nov. 1, egg fryer, A. Overbagh, Hudson, N. Y. http://tinyurl.com/3bk6jd
    RE 2,122 1865, Dec. 5, tea kettle, Ezra Ripley, Troy, NY http://tinyurl.com/yug9sk
    53,290 1866, Mar. 20, tea kettle cover, C. Fownes, Pittsburg, PA http://tinyurl.com/2emkfv
    54,502 1866, May 8, tea kettle, W. Caven, Cincinnati, Ohio http://tinyurl.com/2yubtv
    RE 2,289 1866, June 19, cake pan and egg baker, N. Waterman, Boston (Russell & Erwin Mfg. Co., New Britain, CT) (see pat. 23,517) http://tinyurl.com/ytar9s
    58,460 1866, Oct. 2, spider, Mull & Reed, Troy, NY http://tinyurl.com/2eloya
    RE 2,450 1867, Jan 8, baking pan, N. Waterman, Boston (Russell & Erwin Mfg. Co., New Britain, CT) (see pat. 23,517) http://tinyurl.com/psroqlp
    63,753 1867, Apr. 9, gridiron, E. P. Russell, Manlius, NY http://tinyurl.com/3e3v9c
    63,874 1867, April 16, tea kettle, J. Easterly, Albany, NY http://tinyurl.com/2cnt33
    65,104 1867, May 28, tea kettle lid, W. L. McDowell, Philadelphia, PA http://tinyurl.com/39c8lj
    66,631 1867, July 9, tea kettle cover, E. Ripley, Troy, NY http://tinyurl.com/yv4ej3
    66,503 1867, Jyly 9, frying pan, G. H. Knight, Cincinnati, O. (A. O'Neill) http://tinyurl.com/yu7qlj
    66,521 1867, July 9, tea kettle, E. Ripley, Troy, NY http://tinyurl.com/25sopk
    68,202 1867, Aug. 27, improvement in griddles, E. A. Jeffrey, Trappe, MD, (Edwin A. Jeffrey & Geo. M. Clark) http://tinyurl.com/3yuvqd
    71,748 1867, Dec. 3, tea kettle, C. C. & S. J. Hare, Louisville, KY http://tinyurl.com/25tlsj
    74,787 1868, Feb. 25, tea kettle, C. Anthony, Schenectady, NY (assignees- see patent) http://tinyurl.com/ynrnr3
    1868, Feb. 26, broiler, from a pan that was on ebay.
    75,107 1868, Mar. 3, gridiron, William Andrews, Alleghany Co. MD http://tinyurl.com/32gmuv
    75,673 1868, Mar. 17, broiler, A.J.Gibson, Cincinnati, O. http://tinyurl.com/2mg2cz
    79,860 1868, Jul. 14, tea kettle lid, Ezra Ripley, Troy, NY (W.C. Davis & Co.) http://tinyurl.com/25znpv
    80,978 1868, Aug. 11, frying pan, Nelson Lewis, Troy, NY http://tinyurl.com/27cx9a
    86,108 1869, Jan. 19, cooking utensil, S. Spoor, Phelps, NY http://tinyurl.com/2jj2ka
    87,306 1869, Feb. 23, domestic boiler, S. Spoor, Phelps, NY (see RE 6,406) http://tinyurl.com/2bqkfu
    88,612 1869, Apr. 9, coffee roaster, Lyman B. Crittenden, Pittsburg, PA http://tinyurl.com/kzoah38
    90,808 1869, June 1, tea kettle cover, E. S. Atwood, Boston Highlands, MA (Pratt & Wentworth) http://tinyurl.com/24mhtu
    94,043 1869, Aug 24, waffle iron, C. Swartwout, Troy, NY (Swartwout, Foxell, Jones & Millard) http://tinyurl.com/25dzdl
    98,291 1869, Dec. 28, gridiron (spider), Elias Hashold, Rockford, IL http://tinyurl.com/2rab8e
    111,516 1871, Feb 7, broiler, Colborne & Lowe, New York, NY http://tinyurl.com/2dazm7
    118,462 1871 Aug 29, culinary vessel, Samuel Lee, Taunton, MA http://tinyurl.com/2r4xkj
    1871, Oct. 3, saw on 6 qt. marlin like pot marked S.P. & Co. (Steward Peterson & Co.) Pat. might be for bail attachment/ears
    RE 4,619 1871, Oct. 31 gridiron, griddle, frying utensil, Samuel Lee, Taunton, MA http://tinyurl.com/2j3jhc
    D5,132 1871, July 18, A. Reid's design cake pan, Adam Reid, Buffalo, NY http://tinyurl.com/2asbo5
    D5,144 1871, July 25, design for spider grate, Nathaniel H. Talbot, North Easton, MA http://tinyurl.com/2e245l
    120,528 1871, Oct. 31, gridiron, Chas. Noble, Philadelphia, PA http://tinyurl.com/2f4mk9
    124,462 1872, Mar. 12, tea kettle, James W. Ward, Wheeling, WV http://tinyurl.com/26zzxs
    127,900 1872, June 11, culinary utensil, Samuel Lee, Taunton, MA http://tinyurl.com/298wg5
    127,905 1872, June 11, wafer iron, Geo. W. Mason, Jersey City, NY (John Savery's Sons) http://tinyurl.com/239maq
    131,410 1872, Sep. 17, improvement in tilting-pots&kettles, A.J.Redway, Cincinnati, O. (Redway & Burton) http://tinyurl.com/2njhwb
    135,483 1873, Feb. 4, gridiron, Joseph Mansfield, Jefferson, WI http://tinyurl.com/29m4q9
    144,151 1873, Oct. 28, combined fryer & broiler, Geo. Smith, Williamsburg, NY http://tinyurl.com/yv7lhr
    150,461 1874, May 5, culinary vessel, L. P. Bodkin, Brooklyn, NY http://tinyurl.com/2yl8x8
    161,064 1875, Mar. 23, stovepipe damper, Selden & Griswold http://tinyurl.com/2mjnoe
    162,961 1875, May 4, steak cooking pan, D. B. Smith, Bastrop, LA http://tinyurl.com/2zeknr
    RE 6,406 1875, Apr. 27, boiling kettle, S. Spoor, Troy, NY http://tinyurl.com/2gtdyb+
    173,305 1876, Feb. 8, frying pan, E. Laufer, Bethlehem, PA http://tinyurl.com/235cvj
    175,067 1876, March 21, broiler, F. Gates, Frankfort, NY http://tinyurl.com/2vfkqa
    177,132 1876, May 9, broiler, C. N. Knapp, Cuyler, NY http://tinyurl.com/3yd9b3
    181,823 1876, Sept. 5, gridiron, Geo. Cornwall, Garden City, NY http://tinyurl.com/2rnuuo
    183,818 1876, Oct. 31, spider & baking pan, David B. Smith, Bastrop, LA http://tinyurl.com/28j47
    187,690 1877, Feb. 20, tea kettle, L.A.White & G.W.Lewin, N. Dighton, MA (J.B.Warner) http://tinyurl.com/265pp9
    189,753 1877, April 17, waffle iron, J. T. Lambert, Detroit, MI (Detroit Iron and Brass Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/yo3og4
    195,995 1877, Oct. 9, broiler, O. Edwards, Florence, MA http://tinyurl.com/3bmfqr
    200,622 1878, Feb. 26, meat-broiler, J. McConnell, Cleveland, OH http://tinyurl.com/2lfz79
    207,459 1878, Aug. 27, cake griddle, Jonathan V. Taylor, Lansingburg, NY http://tinyurl.com/2oof7x
    215,711 1879, May 27, improvement in gridiron, J. McGregor Adams, IL http://tinyurl.com/yqzkat
    216,346 1879, June 10, improved spider, J. M. Read, Boston, MA http://tinyurl.com/2dle3j
    225,597 1880, Mar. 16, attachment for magazine-stove, Robert Hatchman, assignor to Detroit Stove Works, http://tinyurl.com/n7rkrgg
    228,482 1880, June 8, cooking apparatus, Dexter M. Small, Prov. RI
    229,280 1880, June 29, waffle iron, S. Selden & M. Griswold, Jr., Erie, PA http://tinyurl.com/3e5hu3
    229,512 1880, June 29, tea kettle, W. S. Withers, Atlanta, GA http://tinyurl.com/2cjal8
    232,055 1880, Sept. 7, waffle iron, D. H. Nation, St. Louis, MO (Excelsior Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/2qtymo
    232,896 1880, Oct 5, broiler, Hugh McConnell, Cleveland, OH http://tinyurl.com/2hxoo5
    237,051 1881 cake griddle, S.C. Schofield, Freeport, IL http://tinyurl.com/23tyne
    243,714 1881 July 5, meat broiler, Hosea W. Libbey, Cleveland, OH http://tinyurl.com/yrfn9t
    246,194 1881, Aug. 23, waffle iron, A. G. Patton, Çolumbus, OH http://tinyurl.com/2pxyft
    249,305 1881, Nov. 8, waffle iron, C. B. Clark, Detroit, MI http://tinyurl.com/3x3ltg
    254,500 1882 cooking utensil, A. W. Obermann, Chicago, IL (see 507,281) http://tinyurl.com/yoa5am
    262,865 1882, Aug. 15, tea kettle & bail, J. B. Warner, Dighton, MA http://tinyurl.com/ysbbg5
    265,611 1882, Oct. 10, skillet, James J. Johnston, Columbiana, OH http://tinyurl.com/yrlrry
    265,608 1882, Oct. 10, gridiron, James J. Johnston, Columbiana, OH (U.S. Improvement Co.) http://tinyurl.com/2btzyb
    284,295 1883, Sept 4, broiler, W. Hailes, Albany, NY http://tinyurl.com/2yclqa
    286,607 1883, Oct. 16, tobacco cutter, O. R. Hanchett, Erie, PA http://tinyurl.com/2cschy
    270,659 1883, Jan 16, french waffle iron, M. Griswold & S. Selden, Erie, PA http://tinyurl.com/2tycsw
    270,973 1883, Jan. 23, waffle iron, C. H. Newman, Elmira, NY (Detrioit Iron & Brass Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/2qlot2
    271,842 1883, Feb. 6, cake griddle, O. R. Hanchett, Erie, PA (Selden & Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/2reryy
    272,044 1883, Feb. 13, casting hollow ware, J. B. Harker, Columbus, OH http://tinyurl.com/2yteqw
    277,422 1883, May 8, waffle iron, J. B. Harker & C. L. Wilkins, Columbus, O. http://tinyurl.com/yon9pm
    278,569 1883, May 29, tea kettle, W. S. Liscomb, Prov. R.I. http://tinyurl.com/2anaha
    287,713 1883, Oct. 30, waffle iron, A. G. Patton, Columbus, O. (Patton Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/2w4gvj
    298,465 1884, May 13, tea kettle, I. W. Harlow, Plymouth, MA http://tinyurl.com/2z5gr4
    *300,409 1884, June 17, cake griddle, Jonathan V. Taylor, Boston, MA http://tinyurl.com/2v7ovb
    301,403 1884, July 1, tea kettle, G. Taylor, Baltimore, MD http://tinyurl.com/2gvcsf
    301,882 1884, July 15, cuspidor, M. Griswold, Erie, PA http://tinyurl.com/2r3bdg
    302,126 1884, July 15, tea kettle, A. Haarlander, Allegheny, PA http://tinyurl.com/ywjpbg
    310,864 1885, Jan. 13, frying pan, J. Mason & G. W. Winsor, Prov. R.I. http://tinyurl.com/2fe7u4
    318,493 1885, May 26, gridiron, Lewis T. Newell, Albany, NY http://tinyurl.com/28j47w
    323,894 1885, Aug. 4, spider, H. C. Whitten, Plymouth, MA http://tinyurl.com/2rab8e
    333,894 1886, Jan. 5, draft attachment for frying pan, Simmons & Sprague, Prov. RI http://tinyurl.com/2dz8eh
    347,822 1886, Aug. 24, gridiron, Lewis T. Newell, Albany, NY http://tinyurl.com/2m3ub4
    361,903 1887, Apr. 26, bake oven cover, B.E. Sperry, Batavia, IL http://tinyurl.com/3cbmbd
    366,679 1887, July 19, broiler, W. C. North, Cleveland, Ohio http://tinyurl.com/35qjxj
    366,860 1887, July 19, frying pan, F. J. Morgan, Kalamazoo, MI http://tinyurl.com/3cwq2t
    367,250 1887, July 26, spider, B. E. Sperry, Batavia, IL http://tinyurl.com/2m7znx
    367,633 1887, Aug. 2, cooking utensil holder, R. B. Hough, Erie, PA (Matthew Griswold) http://tinyurl.com/2mp5uk
    385,688 1888, July 3, culinary utensil (steamer), C. F. Whitney, Newton, MA (Hill, Whitney & Co.- Boston) http://tinyurl.com/36qpqz
    392,239 1888, Nov. 6, frypan or broiler (Triumph broiler) http://tinyurl.com/2l5264
    394,058 1888, Dec. 4, waffle iron, E. Christie, St. Louis, MO http://tinyurl.com/3x5v3u
    401,560 1889, Apr. 16, waffle iron, E. Hotchkiss, St. Louis, MO (Wm. Stromberg) http://tinyurl.com/3ccyqz
    403,093 1889, May 14, cooking vessel (safety kettle), Edward Dawes & Wm. Myler, New Brighton, PA http://tinyurl.com/38w7rc
    403,407 1889, May 14, broiler, M. C. Armour, Chicago, IL (Geoge R. Clark & Co.) http://tinyurl.com/2kbftr
    404,131 1889, May 28, frying pan, M. S. Tracy, Clastonbury, CT http://tinyurl.com/2dnnbx
    405,408 1889, Jun. 18, stove pipe damper, M. Griswold & O. R. Hanchett, Erie, PA (M. Griswold) http://tinyurl.com/2x8yuv
    411,619 1889, Sept. 24, cake griddle, M. Shaeffer, Canton, OH (Barbara Shaeffer) http://tinyurl.com/2oz2j7
    414,285 1889, Nov. 5, cake griddle, Henry Burt, Hartford, CT. http://tinyurl.com/2zovyu
    1889, Nov. 19 (WIR Co tea kettle) (unable to find patent so far; date cast on actual tea kettle)
    426,240 1890, Apr. 22, cooking utensil (broiler/skillet), H. Chadwick, Penacook, NH http://tinyurl.com/2eey9x
    433,231 1890, July 29, Frying Pan, H. S. Brewington, Baltimore, MD (Brewington, Bainbridge & Co.) http://tinyurl.com/ywq4w9
    447,821 1891, Mar. 10, kettle ear and cover, M. Griswold & M. Griswold Jr., Erie, PA http://tinyurl.com/2p54zz
    449,899 1891, Apr. 7, tea kettle, J. L. Clark, Bangor, ME http://tinyurl.com/22djt7
    463,166 1891, Nov. 17, tea kettle, A. G. Patton, Columbus, O. http://tinyurl.com/2ff5x3
    471,227 1892, Mar. 22, frying pan, E. L. T. Robertson, Port Hope, Ont. Canada http://tinyurl.com/28j3jl
    472,537 1892, Apr. 12, gridiron, M. Griswold & M. Griswold Jr., Erie, PA http://tinyurl.com/25nquz
    479,731 1892, July 26, ball journal/hinge, R. O. Bingham, Sidney, O. (Wagner Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/yuptjx
    482,630 1892, Sept. 13, frying pan, Benjamine F. Fowler (Clarance R. Waterman), Minneapolis, MN http://tinyurl.com/yob759
    491,681 1893, Feb. 14, waffle iron, A. B. George, Dallas, TX http://tinyurl.com/3632ce
    492,474 1893, Feb. 28, tool handles, D. Shields, Erie, PA (Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/3xmpvn
    498,195 1893, May 23, frying pan/handle, Charles Spahmer, Philadelphia, PA (Spahmer & J. F. Thomas) http://tinyurl.com/2qd26n
    502,086 1893, July 5, waffle iron, D. Shields, Erie, PA (Mathew Griswold) http://tinyurl.com/2qtyjr
    506,849 1893, Oct. 17, odorless skillet, William Hailes, Albany, NY http://tinyurl.com/2p29t5
    507,281 1893, Oct. 24, cooking utensil, A. W. Obermann, Pittsburg, PA http://tinyurl.com/3al45t
    515,677 1894, Feb. 27, burglar alarm, J.F.Harvey & D. Shields, Johnsonburg & Erie, PA (Mathew Griswold) http://tinyurl.com/3xu5gz
    518,243 1894, Apr 17, broiler (Brooklyn Broiler?), Wm. Hailes, Albany, NY http://tinyurl.com/3xtdm5
    522,797 1894, July 10, tool for frying batter, B. F. Metcalf, St. Louis, MO (E.S.Albright) http://tinyurl.com/ytl6no
    528,634 1894, Nov. 6, lever handle for waffle irons, C. J. Hess, Minneapolis, MN (J. F. Williamson) http://tinyurl.com/ywkhr7
    559,037 1896, Apr. 28, griddle (Canton Cake Griddle), F. O. McCleary, Canton, OH (Barbara Shaeffer) http://tinyurl.com/yqh2ag
    D25,578 1896, June 2, toy tea kettle, C. A. Bailey, Cromwell, CT http://tinyurl.com/2ae6kk
    569,227 1896, Oct. 13, waffle iron, E. F. Nutt, Sidney, OH http://tinyurl.com/2suh8j
    569,444 1896, Oct. 13, waffle iron, B. O. Bihgham & B. P. Wagner, Sidney, O (Wagner Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/39teop
    D26,797 1897, Mar. 23, waffle iron support, M. Griswold Jr. & J. C. Hollands, Erie, PA (Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/2g7wmp
    596,481 1898, June 4 bail & cover attachment, John L. Clark, Bangor, ME (S. H. Boardman) http://tinyurl.com/3y2q9v
    601,039 1898, Mar.22, gas stove, M. Griswold & D. Shields, Erie, PA (Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/24cred
    602,101 1898, Apr. 12, waffle iron, E. C. Perry, Jeffersonville, IN (Indiana Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/5pnekh
    616,614 1898, Dec. 27, coffee mill, M. Griswold Jr., Erie, PA http://tinyurl.com/3c9akz
    676,479 1901, June 18, broiler, Bernard P. Wagner, Sidney, O. (The Wagner Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/2795hr
    674,628 1901, May 21, waffle iron, Mathew Griswold Jr., Erie, PA http://tinyurl.com/39blws
    D34,508 1901, May 14, waffle iron frame, M. Griswold Jr., Erie, PA http://tinyurl.com/27fgck
    D35,759 1902, Feb. 18, tea kettle (aluminum), B. P. Wagner, Sidney, O. http://tinyurl.com/2qslz9
    702,489 1902, June 17, gas range utensil for toasting bread, making waffles, etc. Ida Mina Scherer, Phila, PA http://tinyurl.com/34ruct
    710,053 1902, Sept. 30, gas stove, M. Griswold, Jr., Erie, PA http://tinyurl.com/2t8fe4
    727,130 1903, May 5, food chopper, M. Griswold, Jr., Erie, PA http://tinyurl.com/2k6cu2
    D37,277 1904, Dec. 27, waffle iron, Alfred Andresen, Minneapolis, MN http://tinyurl.com/2owleb
    781,081 1905, Jan. 31, cooking pan, E. L. MacFATE, Washington, DC http://tinyurl.com/yqgbc6
    791,443 1905, June 6, cake iron, Alfred Andresen, Minneapolis, MN http://tinyurl.com/32sttd
    835,876 1906, Nov. 13, cooking utensil, A. M. Andersen, Chicago, IL http://tinyurl.com/34fuum
    853,060 1907, May 7, rotary waffle iron, W. L. Carter, Gulfport, MS http://tinyurl.com/394c93
    858,460 1907, July 2, wafer-iron (patty mold), Cora M. Knapp, Cleveland, OH http://tinyurl.com/2ghev9
    866,179 1907, Sept. 17, cooking iron (patty mold), Alfred Andresen, Minneapolis, MN http://tinyurl.com/2p5kjz
    881,038 1908, Mar 3, waffle iron (flop griddle), W. E. Wolters, Pueblo, CO (J. W. Spencer) http://tinyurl.com/29f4se
    905,429 1908, Dec. 1, waffle iron handle, J. C. Hollands, Erie, PA http://tinyurl.com/2vzfcq
    913,597 1909, Feb. 23, edible cone shaper, L. L. Westling, Pittsburg, PA http://tinyurl.com/3xvq75
    924,484 1909, June 8, ice cream cone baker, Charles E. Menches, Akron, O. http://tinyurl.com/2kwxul
    950,090 1910, Feb. 22, waffle iron, R. O. Bingham, Sidney, O. (Wagner Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/3xge7w
    995,520 1911, June, 20, waffle iron, R. O. Bingham, Sidney, O. (Wagner Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/329nx3
    996,087 1911, June 27, stove attachment (iron heater), W. R. Jeavons & A. R. Whittaker, Cleveland, OH http://tinyurl.com/2rw28y
    D41,968 1911, Aug. 12, tea kettle, Bernard P. Wagner, Sidney, O. (Wagner Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/2fmag2
    D41,968 1911, Dec. 12, tea kettle, Bernard P. Wagner, Sidney, O. (Wagner Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/3bjj2d
    1,072,461 1913, Sept. 9, tea kettle, J. C. Holands (Griswold) http://tinyurl.com/3acmbe
    1,091,517 1914, Mar. 31, cooking utensil, J. S. Knowles, Atlanta, IL http://tinyurl.com/2tx8hg
    1,100,087 1914, June 16, oven, D. J. Monahan, Erie, PA (Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/3662my
    D47,549 1915, July 6, percolator, Bernard P. Wagner, Sidney, O. (Wagner Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/32nt64
    1,146,807 1915, July 20, stove damper, C. A. Massing, Erie, PA (Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/3cf235
    1,179,716 1916, Apr. 18, hot plate, R. W. Griswold, Erie, PA (Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/2t38r3
    D49,718 1916, Sept. 26, tea kettle, Bernard P. Wagner, Sidney, O. (Wagner Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/2rztl2
    1,201,138 1916, Oct. 10, griddle, R. O. Bingham, Sidney, O. (Wagner Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/2qc7ur
    1,204,429 1916, Nov. 14, griddle, R. W. Griswold, Erie, PA (Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/2ugfho
    D50,595 1917, Apr. 10, saucepan, Bernard P. Wagner, Sidney, O. (Wagner Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/yocsq8
    1,257,110 1918, Feb. 19, percolator, V. D. Pfirman, Erie, PA (Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/2rgcjs
    1,257,234 1918, Feb. 19, broiler, J. C. Hollands, Erie, PA (Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/2jp2db
    1,293,849 1919, Feb. 11, waffle iron, F. Massing, Cleveland, O. (Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/2qtgla
    1,330,209 1920, Feb. 10, C. A. Massing, Millcreek Township, PA (Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/2lt2a8
    1,333,917 1920, Mar. 16, receptacle, J. C. Hollands, Erie, PA (Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/34bmn9
    1,336,734 1920, Apr. 13, waffle iron, F. DeGraff, Ilwaco, WA http://tinyurl.com/2psc8t
    D55,188 1920, May 18, cooking recepticle, C. A. Massing, Millcreek Township, PA (Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/3bjj9b
    1,342,455 1920, June 8, oven (Bolo Oven), D. J. Monihan, Erie, PA (Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/3x8cju
    D55,734 1920, July 6, baking pan, B. P Wagner, Sidney, O. (Wagner Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/34oevs
    1,349,494 1920, Aug. 10, oven, H. H. Chaffee, San Leandro, CA http://tinyurl.com/32hgp9
    1,350,651 1920, Aug. 24, culinary utensil, Charles S. Hirst, Philadelphia, PA http://tinyurl.com/24cyov
    1,370,863 1921, Mar. 8, cover for dutch oven, Bernard P. Wagner, Sidney, OH (Wagner Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/2zx4xy
    1,370,863 1921, Mar. 8, dutch oven cover, Bernard P. Wagner, Sidney, O. (Wagner Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/32ea7v
    1,377,684 1921, May 10, kettle, J. C. Hollands, Erie, PA (Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/38noug
    D57,961 1921, May 24, waffle iron, W. V. Bozzelle & J. W. Hummel, Philadelphia, PA http://tinyurl.com/29e7pf
    D59,710 1921, Nov. 22, waffle iron, C. M. Burbank, Los Angeles, CA http://tinyurl.com/2plfjm
    1,409,262 1922, Mar. 14, dutch oven cover, Bernard P. Wagner, Sidney, O. (Wagner Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/36c824
    1,422,355 1922, July 11, waffle iron handle, R. W. Griswold, Erie, PA (Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/2c2lcn
    1,428,476 1922, Sept. 5, waffle iron, P. F. Crossan, Allentown, PA (Wm. J. Ward) http://tinyurl.com/2runxm
    1,436,318 1922, Nov. 21 cooking utensil (griddle) Nelson P. Linn, Minneapolis http://tinyurl.com/yvk7mn
    D63,966 1924, Feb. 12, waffle iron, E. Robinson & F Abreo, Kansas City, MO http://tinyurl.com/yux432
    (design?) 1924, May 6, (need patent number for this piece- likely made by Griswold for Waffledog Corp. Washington, D.C.)
    1,502,073 1924, July 22, cooking utensil, Bernard P. Wagner, Sidney, O. (Wagner Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/2kpjgh
    D65,983 1924, Nov. 11, tea kettle, Bernard P. Wagner, Sidney, O. (Wagner Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/2g8gpw
    1,553,741 1925, Sept. 15, waffle iron, R. O. Bingham, Sidney, OH (Wagner Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/33c8gu
    1,554,360 1925, Sept 22, skillet, C. A. Massing, Millcreek Township, PA (Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/2nuhwx (Also used by Wagner on their double skillets)
    1,563,026 1925, Sept. 18, stove, J. C. Hollands, Erie, PA (Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/33vuen
    1,586,093 1926, May 25, waffle iron, J. Leitner, Manitou, CO http://tinyurl.com/ytk5xh
    1,609,201 1926, Nov. 30, griddle, A. Richmond & A. E. Vulgares, Seattle, WA http://tinyurl.com/2zfrcu
    1,612,747 1926, May 2, cooking utensil, A Shaffer, Oakland, CA http://tinyurl.com/3824bc
    D73,326 1927, Aug. 23, metal baking pan (wheat stick pan), C. A. Massing, Millcreek Township, (Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/359mp8
    1,665,037 1928, Dec. 21, skillet, C. A. Massing, Millcreek Township, PA (Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/2y46sv
    1,692,644 1928, Nov. 20, electric cooking utensil, B. M. Fromknecht, Erie, PA (Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/3xgv6g
    1,693,784 1928, Dec. 4, electric cooking stove, J. C. Hollands, Erie, PA (Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/2k89xy

    Updated all above
    1,694,740 1928, Dec. 11, stove damper, R. W. Griswold, Erie, PA (Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/2ndpjm
    D77,875 1929, Mar. 5, donut mold (ALB & Ace Donut Forms), A. L. Bedel, (see patent for assignees-The Ace Co.) http://tinyurl.com/2n6fsu
    1,708,499 1929, Apr. 9, waffle iron, J. W. Filbey, Wrightsville, PA (Wrightsville Hardware Co.) http://tinyurl.com/2ntzt3
    1,715,103 1929, May 28, waffle iron, E. Simmons, New York, NY http://tinyurl.com/2avcnq
    1,801,574 1931, Apr. 21, mold handling apparatus, J. L. Schuldt, Erie, PA (Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/35cwc8
    1,806,196 1931, May 9, waffle iron, B. M. Fromknecht, Erie, PA (Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/35rzqp
    D85,804 1931, Dec. 22, cooking utensil (Axford Broiler), Alan C. Axford, San Francisco, CA http://tinyurl.com/322zzt
    1,862,420 1932, June 7, broiler, M. B. O'Brien, Chicago, IL http://tinyurl.com/2l8vaw
    D87,896 1932, Oct. 4, sandwich toaster, Jerome A. Wagner, Sidney, O. (The Wagner Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/3cll46
    1,919,469 1933, July 25, waffle extractor, H Keizer, Concord, MA http://tinyurl.com/2s4hmv
    1,936,551 1933, Nov. 21, cooking utensil, (breakfast skillet), J. R. Garrison, Dayton, OH. http://tinyurl.com/3yw6vv
    D91,487 1934, Feb. 13, combination cooking utensil, John C. Johnson, Birmingham, AL http://tinyurl.com/2kcfnx
    1,974,796 1934, Sept. 25, Skillet, D. I. Davis, El Paso, TX http://tinyurl.com/2hq6ky
    1,980,654 1934, Nov. 13, electric heater, C. R. Anderson, Erie, PA (Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/2nmtgc
    2,000,216 1935, May 7, grinding machine for skillets, Gustave Carlson, Detroit, MI http://tinyurl.com/2rrwku
    D97,022 1935, Sept. 24, combination saucepan, J. A. Wagner, Sidney, O. (The Wagner Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/34y9vo (patent also used by Griswold double skillet)
    D100,021 1936, June 16, ashtray, R. W. Griswold, Erie, PA http://tinyurl.com/33rx7w
    2,033,067 1936, Mar. 3, electric grill, B. M. Fromknecht, Erie, PA (Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/yp5gqv
    2,033,068 1936, Mar. 3, electric grill, B. M. Fromknecht, Erie, PA (Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/2eck5j
    D101,399 1936, Sept. 29, serving platter, John G. Rideout, Cleveland, O. (Wagner Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/2y63nx
    2,090,604 1937, Aug. 17, stove damper, C. R. Anderson, Erie, PA (Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/yr6wfn
    2,090,605 1937, Aug. 17, damper, C. R. Anderson, Erie, PA (Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/23uv5y
    2,101,487 1937, Dec. 7, rack for cooking utensils, C. R. Anderson, Erie, PA (Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/yshoq8
    2,118,752 1938, May 24, damper, C. R. Anderson, Erie, PA (Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/2dt6z4
    2,149,565 1939, Mar. 7, damper, C. R. Anderson, Erie, PA (Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/32wlht
    2,170,880 1939, Aug. 29, cooking utensil, J. G. Wagner, Sidney, O. (The Wagner Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/yspyhx
    2,199,687 1940, May 7, combination cooking vessel, E. W. Blankenship, Chattanooga, TN http://tinyurl.com/2nytop
    2,216,302 1940, Oct. 1, pipe perforating device (damper installer), F. J. Svoboda, Verdigre, NB (Griswold Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/2elo29
    2,262,302 1940, May 6, bacon skillet, Bentley W. Sinclair, San Diego, CA http://tinyurl.com/244rso
    D153,378 1949, April 12, combination griddle & etc., C. A. Ovenshire, Berkeley, CA (reference to Griswold) http://tinyurl.com/3b6f7u
    D219,833 1971,, Feb. 2, combined cover & cooking grill, J. E. Wilkinson & C. R. Smith, Birmingham, AL (Atlanta Stove Works) http://tinyurl.com/26fre8
    D227,730 1973, July 17, egg cooker, B. Shull, Cincinnati, & R. Thompson, Sidney, O ((General Housewares Corp. (Wagner)) http://tinyurl.com/27rvt8
    D258,189 1981, Feb. 10, skillet, W. H. Miller, Sidney, O. ((General Housewares Corp. (Wagner)) http://tinyurl.com/294sgd
    D279,538 1985, July 9, popover pan, Ralph E. Throm, New Brunswick, NJ http://tinyurl.com/2yxnsk
    D467,462 2002, Dec. 24, skillet, C. Teisen-Simony, Fredriksberg (DK) & R. F. Kellermann, South Pittsburg, TN (Lodge Mfg. Co.) http://tinyurl.com/2ytxeq
    D480,598 2003, Oct. 14 Dutch Oven lid, Claude Teisen-Simony, Robert F. Kellermann (Lodge), http://tinyurl.com/28awgl
    Steve S. last updated 11-11-07

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    Steve, that is an amazing collection of information. That's so much for sharing with all of us.

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    Hopefully the information will find a good, easy to find, resting place on the forum and someone will update the list as new information comes to light. WAGS has added greatly to their Foundry List but adding photos and additional information. I have not seen their list in years so don't know how it has evolved from when I was the "keeper and updater" of the list over there.

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    Steve thank you very much. I will move this wealth of information to the appropriate topic when I can do so safely. Thanks once more.


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