[Mccoypottery-talk] My Find!!!
Sun, 16 Nov 2003 10:21:08 -0600
That is really cool........
it is a great find and I would love to get a copy to if you sell them.
At 09:42 AM 11/16/03 -0500, you wrote:
>My mother had an older Depression Glass book (1990) that she was showing
>me last night as we were visiting down in Kentucky. I was looking through
>it to see if there was anything that doesn't seem to be in my
>Here was this little pamphlet stuck in the book. I opened it and it is a
>1920 sales brochure from Rookwood pottery! Not only that but my Great
>Grandmother had written a note on the back of it to my great aunt in
>pencil. It could be erased, but since this is NEVER going to go anywhere
>until I die, I think it's really nice to have something that my great
>grandmother wrote. She was born in 1870 (+/-)! My Great Aunt was an
>artist in Cincinnati at that time and taught at the Cincinnati Art academy
>so that's how it got to her.
>Anyway the pamphlet is around 10 pages on rag with a great Rookwood logo
>lithograph on the front. And in the back it has the marks that the
>artists used up to that time. Also the Rookwood marks used up until that
>time and when they were used.
>I wonder if I should make copies and put them up as copies on eBay????
>Anyway, that was my "non" McCoy buy of the week so far. We are going to
>an auction this afternoon so I'll see what I find later today!
>Hull full of Ohio Pottery and Glassware
A Raggedy Ann in a Barbie Doll World!
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