Cast Iron Revisited

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    @The Marsh Gorilla , I’ll defer to the resident experts but I think that’s called a Bean Pot. They may still be made by Carolina Cooker or others. I’d Google that to see. It would look like a 10” Dutch oven lid would fit…pilfer thru your kitchen and try some lids just to see what happens.
     
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    Thanks man! I’ll keep an eye out for antique shops and I think we have a Lodge store at the outlet mall going towards Baton Rouge I can check out.
     
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    I would still try out any lids you have, already owned cast iron, glass, stainless….I’ve managed to get covers for most of my collection of skillets and chefs pans by trial and error. I found pictures of both a Lodge, a BSR ( which looks the most like yours) and several no name antiques on Google images.
    Even an oven safe glass or aluminum stock pot lid that fits would be helpful.
     
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    Oy, MarshG..I took a tape measure to my CI collection. The flat top Lodge 4 quart lid will fit that pot. The 5 quart Lt Dan with the self basting lid will too. If you don’t already have those you might find a used one in the antique stores.
     
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