This No. 6 cast iron skillet was made by the Griswold Manufacturing Co in Erie, PA between 1930-1939.
It features the Griswold large block logo, with “CAST IRON SKILLET 6” above it, and “ERIE PA, U.S.A.” below, along with the pattern number 699 A. The writing is crisp and clear.
This pan has a few light signs of use, with some superficial scratches and marks on the cooking surface, and some tool marks on the exterior rim. It’s still in great shape for a pan of this age, and will be a wonderful cooker! Please see photos.
The skillet is 13-7/8″ long, and 9-3/4″ wide at the pouring spouts. It is suitable for all cooktops! There is a very small amount of movement when I press firmly on the pouring spouts. This is stabilized with a folded piece of photocopy paper.
This pan has been thoroughly cleaned, and heat seasoned with Crisco. It is ready for immediate use or display!