Originally posted by Zak3056
I saw a Griswold 14" skillet at a flea market yesterday with a $300.00 price tag!
LOL - I have a ton of very collectiable pans, but 99.99999% of the population does not know the difference, and does not care. I have a few pans I purchased in recent years, and have used a lot. My new (non-collectable) pans are as seasoned as my 90 year old collectable pans. I dare say that most folks can't tell the difference bettween bettween my new and old pans except for the logo, and the logo means nothing to them. I have pans which are worth only $2 and pans which are probably worth a whole lot more than $100. For the most part, I look for pans with some collectibility which I can pick up CHEAP! And I mean CHEAP. (Like 1940s Wagner pans for 50 cents each.)