Special thanks to Tony for helping me out with this one! I really appreciate it.
Made before 1903.
Another... Wagner 1058. Probably the most common skillet I see when out hunting.. That being said, it's a great skillet.
My first import piece besides a few Descoware pieces that I bought and gave away.
Made In France.
Wagner Manufacturing Co.,
High Grade Extra Finished Hollow Ware.
Letter signed by Milton M. Wagner one year af…
This has to be the most prevalent skillet in the history of skillets. I see these all the time.
This one has a very faint ERIE ghost mark at 12 o' clock. Unmarked with a center gate mark on the bottom. A little rough.
Marked with an X on both the underside of the skillet and the underside of the handle.
Received this from someone who's Father worked at the Wagner factory for years and years, and was also an avid Wagner Ware collect…