Wapak #10 Frying Pan with Indian Head, (SUPER COOL)
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Sold Date: 03/24/2007
Channel: Online Auction
Category: Furniture & Furnishings
Wapak #10 Frying PanUp for auction is a real nice and early Frying pan, which was made by Wapak Hollow ware. It was probably made in the 1920's or 30's. It is made of cast iron and in nice shape. It has a number 10 on the Handle. On the back of the frying pan it shows the head of an indian, which also says Wapak Hollow Ware. It measures around 11 and ½ inches across and about 2 inches deep. T are no breaks or cracks in the cast iron and should make a nice addition to a cast iron collection or be great for a breakfast skillet. So, if you are looking for a nice early frying pan for you collection, this would definitely work for you. Thanks for looking at my auction. Buyer pays shipping & insurance costs. I accept Cashier's Checks and Money Orders ONLY!Thanks for looking at my auction & Good Luck Bidding on this nice Wapak Frying Pan. Upon completion of the auction, please email me, your name and address (including zip code and phone number , so I may get the shipping charges for you) . THANKS!
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