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Top Prices at Dinky’s December 2-3, 2022 Vintage Cast Iron Cookware Auction

I enjoyed following Dinky’s December 2-3, 2022 auction of vintage and antique cast iron cookware. The auction took place in Montgomery Indiana. Bidding was live in-person, and live online. I followed day two of the auction online.

I know people are always hungry to check out selling prices, so here’s a sampling of some of the prices realized. Bear in mind that these prices do not include the 20% buyer’s premium or any shipping/handling charges. These extra charges both, of course, add a chunk of money to the price seen here.

$11,500 Paid for Griswold no. 1 Cast Iron Skillet

The top price realized was $11,500 for a Griswold slant logo “ERIE” no. 1 skillet, pattern no. 411.

Interestingly, I saw that this pan (likely not this same pan, but one with identical markings) sold for $7,500 at an auction in 2019. I don’t know that this pan is the precise pan sold in 2019 (my guess is that it is not, as at this price I am sure the pan was purchased by a collector), but a $4,000 appreciation in 3 years isn’t bad for the seller!

Antique vintage Griswold 411 cast iron skillet pan no. 1 slant logo trademark ERIE.
Griswold no. 1 slant logo cast iron skillet, PN 411.

More Top Prices Realized

From the online auction catalog at Invaluable.com. These prices do not include the online 20% buyer’s premium and shipping charges.

top prices paid cost for vintage antique cast iron cookware pans at auction in 2022. Griswold Wapak Favorite Piqua Ware Smiley Sidney
Prices paid for vintage and antique cast iron cookware in 2022 at auction. Cost value was high, griswold iron mountain all in one skillet trivet
prices paid cost value of vintage and antique cast iron pans cookware at auction in 2022, griswold, wagner oval roaster, skillet pan frying fry lid cover oval fish Dutch oven

I did buy a few pieces at this auction; I wrote a separate post about my purchases to demonstrate the difference between the “realized price” and the actual price paid. It will be posted soon.

2 Comments

  • Mary

    March 8, 2023 at 4:59 pm

    You’ve got a good memory, Doug! When was that second one sold? I remember seeing it but can’t remember the dates – that’s why it says XXX in the post right now. ūüôā

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  • doug madden

    March 8, 2023 at 9:33 am

    the #1 wasn’t the same one that was sold at the other auction. Dinkys had 2 of them. the second one was in better condition than the first one, that is the reason for the difference in selling price.

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