Wagner Ware Magnalite Sidney XL 17Q Aluminum Turkey Roaster Dutch Oven 4269 21"



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Early to mid 20th century Wagner Ware Magnalite number 4269 extra large, 17 quart aluminum turkey roaster / dutch oven featuring simple art deco styling on the base and lid handles.

"The Wagner Manufacturing Company was founded by the brothers Milton M. and Bernard P. Wagner in Sidney, Shelby County, Ohio. The company was incorporated in 1891. The principal owners were Bernard, Milton, Louis, and William Wagner. The brothers were joined by R.O. Bingham, who had in the past worked at the Marion Stove Works and the Sidney Manufacturing Company, who became superintendent of the company. At first producing only cast-iron products, the company added nickel-plated ware in 1892. In 1894 Wagner was one of the first to make aluminum cookware. The company acquired their competitor Sidney Hollow Ware from Phillip Smith in 1897. A third brother, William H. Wagner, joined the company to run this operation. In 1903 Sidney Hollow Ware was sold back to Smith. By 1913 Wagner was distributing its products globally. Wagner grew into a major manufacturer of cast iron and aluminum products, selling in the US and Europe. Brand names included Wagner Ware, National, Long Life, Wardway and Ward's Cast Iron. The "Magnalite" line of cast aluminum products was introduced in the early 1930s, made from a patented aluminum alloy. Starting in 1946 the heirs of the founding Wagner brothers divested their holdings in the company. The Randall Company of Cincinnati, Ohio, a car parts manufacturer, bought the Wagner Manufacturing Company in 1952. In 1957 Randall's Wagner division acquired Griswold Manufacturing from McGraw-Edison. In 1959 Randall was itself acquired by Textron. Textron sold the Wagner and Griswold lines to General Housewares Corporation (GHC) in 1969. In 1996 GHC sold rights to the Wagner and Griswold lines to Slyman Group. After being allowed to fall into receivership, in 2000 the Wagner and Griswold trademarks were bought by the American Culinary Corporation of Willoughby, Ohio. As of 2014 American Culinary claimed to market products branded Wagner, Wagnerware, Magnalite and Griswold; though there were no reports of any Wagner Ware products actually being sold." (Source: Wikipedia)


Good Overall - Gentle scrapes/wear/stains commensurate with use/age


20.5" x 12.5" x 10.5" (Width x Depth x Height)