This is an unusual pan!
This No. 9 cast iron skillet appears to have been a crossover pan between the earlier ERIE line of pans, and the pans when the Griswold name and logo appeared on them.
This pan has both the Griswold and ERIE names, but not the iconic logo. This pan was made for only a short time between 1905-1906 by the Griswold Manufacturing Co in Erie, Pennsylvania, which makes it around 113-114 years old.
It features “GRISWOLD’S ERIE” on the underside, with the number 9, and the pattern number 710.
The pan is 12-1/4″ across the pouring spouts. It sits flat.
There are average signs of use on the cooking surface. These will fill in with additional use and seasoning. There are also some wire wheel marks on the exterior walls. These are superficial only, and won’t stop this pan from being a great cooker!
I have taken lots of pictures, so please examine them closely by clicking on the magnifying glass.
This pan has been thoroughly cleaned and seasoned with one coat of our special mixture of coconut & canola oils, and beeswax. It is ready for immediate use or display!