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New old Revere Ware

If you’ve read some of the information on our site and blog, you are surely aware that the quality of Revere Ware cookware made after 1968 is poor compared to the high quality cookware the company made between 1939 and 1968 (the vintage era).  Stuff made in the last 20 years seems to be even cheaper; I’ve personally heard many stories about newer cookware falling apart.

So it is easy to get excited about finding some truly mint condition Revere Ware cookware like this brand new vintage Revere drip coffee pot on Ebay.  The seller was nice enough to send us copies of the manual for this pot for our archives.

If you are a true Revere Ware fan, keep your eyes on the Ebay auctions as new/unused vintage Revere Ware cookware does appear from time to time.  If you are simply looking to replace an old vintage piece, there are plenty available on Ebay and the number of Ebay listings is growing every year.

The best place to find Revere Ware cookware on Ebay is our site, which categorizes all Revere Ware listings on Ebay by type and size, so it is easier to find just what you are looking for.

Update: this piece ended up selling for just over $200.


One Response to New old Revere Ware

  1. Tyler June 24, 2014 at 5:20 pm #

    I would hardly say the quality of the pieces made in the USA after 1968 were poor quality. I have a set myself from the mid-70s I bought NOS and they are very sturdy. I sell lots of Revere Ware on eBay and have had many pre-68 pieces. I am well aware they are heavier and have thicker copper bottoms, I also personally like the 2 piece handles better but the newer pieces are very well made products as well. Over the years the stainless used was thinner and yes after 1999 when production moved overseas the product basically became garbage. NOS pieces from the 70s and 80s often sell for near that of the pre-68 pieces on eBay, and in my experience the finished quality control seems better (it is easier to find pieces without defects in the newer pieces).

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