Our cast iron cake molds, trivets, dutch ovens, griddles, waffle irons and wafer irons, stoves, dampers, and tea kettles, tobacco cutters and ash trays, skillets, scotch bowls, skillet racks, toy cookware and miniatures have been well cared for and you will find many RARE pieces from our large selection. Discover other collectors and collecting cast iron cookware at Griswold & Cast Iron Cookware Association. Find information on collecting cast iron and aluminum cookware, at WAGS (Wagner & Griswold Society.
The workmanship of the old iron really is something else. Sounds like you've got the dreaded "castironitis". I have enough iron that it is difficult to use them all on a regular basis so I see myself cutting way back on the acquisitions. I still have 4-5 pieces that are on my list but I can take my time about finding them. You should check out the Wagner and Griswold society. The link is on the main page and you'll meet some real experts over there.