advice, please

Terry Kinsey mccoy@mccoypottery.com
Thu, 25 Mar 1999 10:49:32 -0600


>Hi everyone!
>
>It's a beautiful day in Wisconsin, too, although on the chilly side.
>
>If I wanted to buy a book on McCoy, which one do you all feel is
>the most comprehensive?  I went to two public libraries, one didn't
>have any and the other had the "encyclopedia" but it was checked out.

Hello:  Here's the book:  Sanfords Guide to McCoy Pottery
http://www.mccoypottery.com/store/book.html
Can be delivered to you in Whitewater in a day from Burlington.  Terry
>
>By the way, this past weekend I found a McCoy teakettle.  It's a
>blackish copper and almost looks like metal from a distance.  The
>handle is part of the cover and not movable.  It doesn't have a flaw
>in it.  The best part of all, I only paid $7.50 for it.  It made my
>weekend.
>
>Have a nice day.
>
>Donna




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