Cruddy day here in MA, so the Mrs. and I went to an antique store. Lots of pans to be had. Here are a few pics. This rack was loaded to the point of collapsing. I looked at 3 pans and saw the whole thing leaning and wobbling and felt it wasn't worth a collapse. First one was a Griswold block letter #6. "Rare" on the price tag. Very clean, ground bottom. It looked stripped and re-seasoned. Nice pan. Second was a little square egg cooker. If anything a conversation piece. Very good condition. Not marked if I recall. Here is the whole rack. Lots to pick if you want to chance it. That bottom pan in the middle stack looked chrome plated. I haven't seen one like it. Maybe highly polished cast to the point the roughness was polished out of it? This one is not a huge collectors item. I read that BSR made these in automated production. Neat little pan. The last one I believe is a sleeper. Full inset heat ring. It looks unmarked. Heavy soot on the bottom and the seasoning was thick, as in old thick. Also looked like it had coal smoke pitting. The cast X threw me off. Any ideas hoarders? I think BSR again, maybe an earlier one. It looks like it was used on a wood or coal stove. Sorry for the bad pics. The underside was heavily coated, so it may be marked but I'm thinking not being cast markings. The "8" is a pretty bold cast.