Thu, 31 Jan 2002 11:00:37 -0600
I can't open the list, not sure if it's just me or not..
At 06:52 PM 1/31/02 -0800, you wrote:
>>Hi Barb. I became intrigued with McCoy while bidding on "Rocking Chair
>>Dalmatians" at a benefit auction (Dalmatian Club of America) several
>>years ago. My first few purchases (after the auction) were hastily made
>>before making a decision ... if I were going to collect McCoy cookie
>>jars then they would have to be in mint condition. All of the pieces
>>included in the inventory list other than Coffee Grinder, Cookie Stove,
>>Oaken Bucket and Thinking Puppy are in absolutely excellent if not mint
>>condition. Some pieces I paid dearly for while others I got for a
>>bargain. I refer to the the 1997 edition of "Sanfords Guide to McCoy
>>Potery" for prices and have a pretty good feel for the net worth. As I
>>mentioned, I would rather find a party interested in purchasing the
>>entire collection rather than selling off each piece. I refuse to use
>>ebay or any other on-line auction. At your convenience, John.
>>Why not put a list here of all of the cookie jars that you have in your
>>collection? It may be worth your while to sell them separately, I don't
>>know, but I sure would love to see what you have!
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>San Mateo, Ca 94402
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