If not, try broadening the search, to “Victor cast iron skillet.” Many images result from the search.
This post provides a rudimentary overview of pricing and valuation of Griswold #8, #9, and #10 skillets.
I have had had a lot of questions from customers seeking guidance on pan selection; hopefully this post will help you to understand why certain of these pans are pricier and more collectible than others.
I’ve also written a FAQ article on pricing – you can find that in the FAQ section of this site.
Miss Etta Moses worked for Griswold for over 50 years.One Griswold item especially difficult to locate is the Erie No.5 skillet, made only in 1907, and with very low production.was an American manufacturer of cast iron home products founded in Erie, Pennsylvania, in 1865 that finally closed in 1957. In 1884 Matthew Griswold patented and manufactured a wheeled spittoon.For many years the company had a world-wide reputation for high-quality cast-iron cookware. Over the years that followed the company added products such as kettles, Dutch ovens, roasters, a grid iron and other various pots and pans.This is an overview; there are many ins and outs and exceptions, of course.