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Counterfeit Griswold #0.
These come up now and again. Fake Griswold #0′s made because the collector value on a real one is fairly high.
This one is a fairly well documented fake pattern with the odd spacing and alignment of the “Griswold” name, crude casting and rough iron.
Marked: ”Gris wold” “Erie PA, U.S.A.”
For a few buck it’s an interesting piece to have.
This is an old smelting pot, by an unknown maker.
Only marking is a number 6 (or is it a 9?)
6″ diameter, 3″1/2 depth
While I don’t know what kind of things this one was used for it was difficult to clean and season – and I don’t think I’d use it for food preparation unless you tested it for lead first.
Because of that it’s really just a nice display piece.
Looks great, and primitive, shows marks from a mold repair (that is the mold that was used to make it had repairs and you can see the lines of that on the finished product – considered normal just in case you were wondering).
Features a wire bail and a heat ring.
Cleaned and seasoned.
An older Griswold 4inch stove damper P/N 523 in impeccable shape – doubt you could find a better example.
Marked (side 1) “GRISWOLD, 523, AMERICAN, 4 IN” (side 2) “REVERSIBLE, PAT’D July 20, 1915., STEEL SPINDLE”.
This is definitely an older one from before the design of the coil handle.
Handles and nub are wood. As always cleaned and seasoned.
A cool little collectors piece.
American (by Erie – pre Griswold) stove damper #7.
One of the harder to find dampers by size. Marked “AMERICAN, ERIE, PA.” “541″ on one side, “7. PAT’D MAR. 23, 1875, MAR. 13, 1877, APR. 20, 1880″ on the other.
A very old piece of pre Griswold Americana.
Sold as found.