About 1914, Wagner began to brand its cast metal cookware products as "Wagner Ware".
At some point in the stylized logo's history, shortly after the introduction of the smooth bottom skillet, it would appear, an interesting variation occured.
Various combinations of straight and curved lettering were seen, as well as the moving of the trademark from the 12 o'clock position to the center, and back again.
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Much has been said about corded and cordless tools as to which one is the best.
It really all depends on what tool you are using and what you are using it for.
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