[Mccoypottery-talk] No good to lurk

Karen.Phillips@trimmasters.com Karen.Phillips@trimmasters.com
Mon, 8 Jan 2001 15:17:11 -0500

Maybe I am thinking of the red one.  I asked Beth and neither of us are
sure of the color.  She brought it when we met in Somerset to McHunt one
day last summer and I didn't get to read it from front to back but remember
it had lots of pictures of dinnerware.  I was interested in what I didn't
have in the pink and blue.  Do you have the red one?  Seems like it was
thicker than my HNH's.  I want another book, just can't make up my feeble
mind which one to get!!!


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Your description sounds more like the Sanford McCoy book but it is red,
not black.



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