[Mccoypottery-talk] Identification marks

Dan Birrell dbirrell@qn.net
Sat, 29 Dec 2001 10:06:41 -0500

We are new at collecting American pottery and are learning more everyday.  =
One mark for instance has us stumped.  It is always a well incised 3 digit =
number followed by a curved hyphen and then the letters USA with the horizo=
ntal crossbar in the "A" extending out to the right of the letter and angli=
ng slightly up at about 30 deg. angle.  Thank you for your sharing of knowl=
edge as it has helped us identify our Cookson pieces that the so-called exp=
erts have told us were "California Pottery".   Susie & Dan Birrell, dbirrel=

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