advice, please

Allen, Helen M helen.m.allen@lmco.com
Thu, 25 Mar 1999 13:01:08 -0600


Elizabeth, 

I remember seeing a big bunch of McCoy in the seventies too.  Seemed
everyone had it out in their yard or really cheap in yard sales and junk
stores.  It was in the cycle of "out of date and into the yard".  I was in
my late teens and thought it looked interesting enough not to throw it away
when I'd move into a home that had junk left behind......   Never saw in
antique stores like we do now.  

Or if I did see it I didn't realize it was the really old McCoy stuff. 
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	From: 	revaughn@webtv.net[SMTP:revaughn@webtv.net]
	Reply To: 	McCoyPottery Online Talk
	Sent: 	Thursday, March 25, 1999 12:35 PM
	To: 	McCoyPottery-Talk@secure.mia.net
	Subject: 	RE: advice, please

	LOVE email.  I even email my kids that live in here.  Don't email
our
	son in Minnesota much because he doesn't check it.  No, Karen, don't
	know where you can find the pine cone pieces.  They used to be very
	common.  Helen, don't you just love those bargains!  That is the
kind
	of price we used to pay for much McCoy when we started out over 20
years
	ago.
	Elizabeth



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