This No. 9 cast iron skillet was made between 1939-1944 in Erie, Pennsylvania by the Griswold Manufacturing Co. It features the Griswold small logo, with “NO. 9” above it, and “ERIE PA.” below, along with the pattern number, 710 E.
It is 12-1/4″ across the pouring spouts, and 16-3/8″ long, including the handle.
The interior is gorgeous – a beautifiul smooth black. There are some pinpricks on the underside, likely from air bubbles during the casting process.
This pan has a small wobble when I press firmly on the rims – I would recommend it best suited for raised cooktops such as gas burners.
I have taken lots of pictures, so please click on the magnifying glass to see them in detail.
This lovely vintage pan has been thoroughly cleaned, and heat seasoned with one coat of Crisco. It is ready for immediate use or display!