[Mccoypottery-talk] Bowls not marked McCoy

Sherri Napier sl_napier@yahoo.com
Thu, 20 Sep 2001 17:18:23 -0700 (PDT)


This is a response to the person who was asking about
the McCoy bowls that are not marked.  I have some
brown drip bowls that are not marked McCoy but I know
for a fact that they are because I purchased the
dishware sets brand-new from the box in the late 70's.
They have USA marked on them but nothing else. I am
not sure about the pink & blue stripped ones.
I hope this helps.
Sherri
  
--- Stimms628@aol.com wrote:
> I HAVE NEVER SEEN ANY NOT MARKED  MCCOY BUT IT'S
> POSSIBLE,  ALL THE MCOY 
> BOWLS I HAVE ARE HEAVY. BUT I ALSO HAVE SEVERAL
> OTHER OLD BOWLS [ NOT THE 
> BLUE AND PINK BANDED] THAT ARE NOT MARKED GOOD LUCK
> IDENTIFYING THEM.
> 


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