[Mccoypottery-talk] No good to lurk

Antiqueja@aol.com Antiqueja@aol.com
Tue, 9 Jan 2001 23:20:33 EST

I believe the Flemington Pottery Show happens twice a year. Each time, a 
specific pottery company is featured. I live about an hour away and went to a 
few. The first one featured McCoy and Steve and Martha Sanford were there as 
well as Harvey Duke who wrote: The Official Price Guide to Pottery and 
Porcelain, eighth edition. This is a great book to have. It has a little 
about many American companies such as Hull, Roseville, Weller, Abington, 
McCoy, etc.
Back to the show! It is held at a church in Flemington, NJ (a historic glass 
outlet area with many new factory outlet stores. A quaint town. Good for a 
I like to go and look, see many items I haven't seen in person. The prices 
are mostly high but if you are looking for something special it will probably 
be there at book value or higher. Like I said before, they feature one 
company so the selected company will have the most booths but there is also a 
variety of many other companies. I think the next show is in the spring. When 
I find out the date, I will let everyone know.

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