Total weight with lid is approx 18.5 lbs. The lid top is marked with a raised number 2, the underside of the lid has a raised letter W (and has a raised line mark which I have read is referred to as a "gate" mark). The roaster has a raised number 2 and a raised logo which looks like a badge with letters that look like a C and L and maybe an S. Bottom has two raised lines which I have seen called a "double gate" mark. The surface condition is as shown, The top of the lid has what looks like numerous oxidation patches that appear treated (the interior is oily, I don't deal with cast iron cookware very often so I don't know how to describe the "seasoning" or condition of the surfaces).
I took a lot of photos so the light would reveal surface condition so you can see everything clearly (you have to see the photos below). The lid has a crack that I noticed on the raised inner underside lip, it is on the side opposite the number 2 mark.The crack can be seen on the lip, it extends to the edge and can be seen on the lid top extending in from the edge. However, the crack that goes from the lip to the edge on the underside looks like it is joined between the lip and edge as if it had been repaired or fixed after casting possibly. The crack mark on the top can be felt and seen but appears more as a scratch than a crack, on the underside there is a faint matching mark in the same area with no signs of an actual crack, maybe over the years it was filled in or covered as it was seasoned or it was treated when it was made, the inside of the lip does not show the crack all the way down, again, like it was joined or fixed somehow in places. I found an example with the same mark on worthpoint (the mark that looks like a badge with a C and other intertwined marks). That listing indicated the mark was German, 1800's (I know people use 1800's in place of 19th century, meaning I don't know the actual age or vintage, but that listing was the only one I could find with the same mark). This came from the estate of a German woman, her daughter grew up in Germany in the 1960's (the father was in the military), she said this had been in the family before she was born (the inside is oily, I assume it had been in use until the mother passed). That's all I know about it. Will be packed as a fragile item.
-- See photos for condition details. -- I don't have a way to arrange for a local pick-up of this item, I'm sorry for the inconvenience. The item "1800's Primitive Cast Iron Oval Roaster Lid CRACK Double Gate Antique German Vtg" is in sale since Monday, October 19, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Kitchen & Home\Kitchenware\Cookware\Cast Iron". The seller is "ahp-washington" and is located in Everett, Washington.
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