[Mccoypottery-talk] New to Mc Coy
Tue, 25 Sep 2001 15:45:47 -0700 (PDT)
When you find a good reference book let me know!!! I
have been collecting the brown drip since the mid 70's
and have about 400 pieces. I just started branching
out to other pieces such as the planters. The dinner
plates and lunch plates are not marked. (I bought my
set new) Some bowl will only have 5 marked on them.
Sometimes you just have to hope. But watch out it is
very addictive, you start looking for a piece you
don't have, then another one, then you are hooked: a
So just enjoy.
- chris borick <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi. I am brand new to Mc Coy, or at least what I
> think is. All your e-mails lead me to believe what
> I have it is brown drop (thanks). I just thought it
> was fun (and reasonably priced) so I bought some.
> Lots of pieces are marked, but what about dinner
> plates? Also, what is a good reference book for
> brown drip? Thanks and looking forward to
> collecting with you. Lisa
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