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I take these to be from the 60's. All are embossed with Shenandoah Pies with a large S in the middle. They are steel so a magnet can be used on them. Because they are steel they have that wonderful aged patinae. The one of the left seems to me the oldest. The words read correctly as you look into the pie tin and it is solid metal. This one as well has a silvery patinae along with rust and wear from cutting. The two on the left have the words read correctly only on the bottom sides. These two have a gold patinae with its vintage rust and cutting wear. One has 5 holes and the other has 15 holes. The holes are meant to get an even baked/browned crust. I will quote from another website:
"Karl S says that an old-fashioned mid-century metal pie pan with a mesh bottom was the best ever for browning. The modern equivalent are Chicago Metallic perforated pie pans, which have holes in the bottom that allow the oven’s heat to flow freely around the bottom crust. Procrastibaker notes that Gourmet magazine chose these pans as best for browning." per http://www.chow.com/digest/1505/best-pie-pans-for-browned-bottom-crusts/
These come as a lot--all three together for one price. I have more photos. Just copy and paste this link into your web browser to see more:
Shipping is USPS with delivery confirmation. Shipping is quoted like it is going to Hawaii or the East Coast from California. If shipping ends up being cheaper I refund the difference back to the next quarter. I can ship to Canada, UK and Australia, but the shipping charges seemed high. This is packed well and ready to ship.
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