[Mccoypottery-talk] Fake McCoy Cookie Jars

Jo Jewell jokev@frognet.net
Wed, 23 Jan 2002 19:25:28 -0500

On the subject of fake McCoy cookie jars, I recently got very upset when I =
realized that the cookie jars I was bidding on were fakes, or at least some=
 of them. I did watch the auctions, a Pixie head and a Little Red Riding Ho=
ok each sold for over $170.00, an Indian Head for over $200.00 some "rare" =
Mammys for over $130.00, but the one that tipped me off was the Brush Davey=
 Crockett, my Schroeder's Antiques Price Guide says (under Brush-McCoy, Bru=
sh) that cookie jars marked Brush-McCoy are not authentic. So I started che=
cking McCoy and Brush sites and realized that there was slight differences.=
 This and the fact that the auctions were all private auctions,(so you coul=
dn't warn anyone else) and his/her feedback is also private. I don't know i=
f all his/her jars were fake but I will definitely will not bid on any of h=
is/her auctions. Wanted to put my 2 cents worth in too. Jo

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