[Mccoypottery-talk] Ceramic McCoy Tiger

Barry Richards beerich@bellsouth.net
Sat, 2 Jun 2001 20:58:27 -0500

I have just started getting into McCoy pottery in the past month. I am
saving up to buy a McCoy Reference Book, so I am trying to pick up all I can
off the internet in the meantime. I have found that surfing thru the
auctions online and reading the seller comments is useful as well as the
McCoy home page. This is the way I became a little familiar with some of the
pieces that are tigers and panthers. I found a tiger at an auction which
looked vaguely familiar. The only ones I could find online were planters. It
is definitely not a panther. It stands at 7" at the head. It has its mouth
wide open in a roar. It is about 12" in length. It is painted a really dark
green, in fact its back looks almost black. There is a small amount of brown
underneath. The more I study it, the more I think it is a "McCoy want to
be". I only spent $3.00 on it, so maybe it will be a cheap lesson learned.
If anyone has any comments, please share. Thanks! Becky

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