"counterfeit" mccoy canyon??

Jed Jaworski nwmmm@gtii.com
Tue, 16 Mar 1999 00:58:13 -0500

Jill Gemmill wrote:
>   > I doubt anyone is "counterfeiting" Canyon.  You will rarely find
>   > two pieces alike,
>   > which, for some is considered a quality.  Canyon was marked with
>   > the "McCoy" and
>   > Lancaster Colony mark, a big USA (only), a small USA (only), or in
>   > the case of many
>   > plates saucers etc. nothing at all.
> What about the two different shapes of coffee-cup saucers?  They are made from
> two different molds.  Were there "periods" of Canyon?


You are the second person to report this type of Canyon saucer to me.  I
personally have not seen it.  It is my opinion that this is likely just
a differnt period/mold.  Molds did wear out and were sometimes replaced
with modified versions.

McCoy period catalogs list 28 Canyon items, however I can account for at
least 41 items/shapes.  There are many variations.




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