McCoy Pottery Online Announcements
Thu, 22 Jun 2000 23:15:36 EDT

All McCoy is not marked.  Knowing unmarked McCoy comes with some studying.  
My suggestion is get at least a couple of good books and study them.  The 
weight, colors,etc. is what you need to get to know.  I am still learning and 
I met some really great people here at this site that help me (and everybody 
else) out when they need it.  If you really look, you can tell McCoy after 
looking a while.  It is definitely unique.  Do you have a specific piece?  
Give us a description and someone will help you.  Welcome to the world of 



News | Search | Site Index | Pottery Index | Cookie Jars | Brush McCoy | Lancaster Colony | Mark | History | Classifieds |
Guestbook | Store | Forums | Auctions | Mailing Lists | Mission Statement | Bibliography | Advertising | Contact | Home

GoToMyPC | Go To Meeting | Free Credit Report | Cash Advance

Copyright 1995-2023 McCoyPottery.Com Online Services - Privacy Policy
All trademarks and copyrights are the property of their respective owners.