[Mccoypottery-talk] McCoy books
Betty F. Nelson
Thu, 17 Jan 2002 15:37:20 -0600
It is nice to find all these places for books, cheaper they are the more McCoy we can
buy. I have not only got some cheap books but have found other things on Ewanted. There
you list what you want to buy, like the lid to a cookie jar or what ever and there is no
charge unless you make a purchase. I always have things I am looking for posted there.
I bought something I can not identify yet so would like to ask for help. I bought a
cookie jar that feels like McCoy or at least similar quality and I have no doubt is old
just because of where it came from. It is a rabbit in an Easter basket. Has been
highlighted in cold paint and it is mostly gone. I am sure it is not McCoy but I can't
find a rabbit in a basket listed for any one. It is 12" tall.
We are going to an auction Jan.27 that has a bunch of pottery. McCoy, Shawnee Redwing
www.SLG-proauction click on special auctions. Anything there you want me to buy for
you? Betty in Iowa
Kim Taylor wrote:
> I got a GREAT McCoy book from Ebay. It is from a place that sells books
> that are slightly damaged - although the one that I got has no damage that I
> can find. It is a NICE 8 & 1/2" X 11" hardcover book with 237 pages of
> really neat color pictures for $8!!!! Can't beat that! just search McCoy
> Book - no 's' on the end of book.
> Oh, what great information, Jeanne! Thank you so much!!!
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> I get my books at a place on the web called www.lwbooks.com.
> You have to buy 6 books to get wholesale (cheapest) price. But I have a
> friend that we each get 3 and it doesn't cost as much. I got my McCoy
> Pottery #3 Hanson 2002 price guide for $14.97. They have all kind of
> collecting books, matter of fact that is all they have. But there is a
> great variety.
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