[Mccoypottery-talk] New ebayer

JACK ELLIOTT jack_elliott67@msn.com
Thu, 27 Jan 2005 12:36:53 -0700

I'm sorry, I probably wasn't clear.  The link I provided was just to get to 
the seller.  The pigs were cute, but didn't concern me.  Go to the seller, 
then go to current listings.  Then if you really want to have fun and see 
possibly the latest "McCoy" cookie jar it is the "Watermelon Mammy" (my name 
for it) when you check their completed listings.

To have even more fun you can look at my re-listing of a fake "McCoy Snow 
White" cookie jar.  It should at least stop our_country_treasures from 
getting any bids on theirs.  Either go to auction 3778825022, or search for 
it under "Snow White", McCoy.  Last time it got 350 hits, and no one bought 
it.  The reserve is so high, that if seller of fakes wants to buy it just to 
slam my feedback, it would be worth it!  Have fun!

Jack Elliott

mccoypottery List Mom <listmom@mccoypottery.com>
>Reply-To: mccoypottery-talk@lists.mccoypottery.com
>To: mccoypottery-talk@lists.mccoypottery.com
>Subject: Re: [Mccoypottery-talk] New ebayer
>Date: Thu, 27 Jan 2005 10:02:50 -0600
>On Jan 26, 2005, at 9:49 PM, Walter McEntire wrote:
>>This one IS a low-life! Hasn't yet learned the fine
>>art of selling fakes... like NOT listing 2 of the same
>>thing at a time.... NOT actually calling something
>>old... which they did.  Needs to do a little
>>apprentice work with Faye...
>I guess I misunderstand.  These are two different items, they are listed as 
>such, and are clearly both "Pig's" and both "cookie jars", but they are 
>different.  The feedback is posted by the same person though, and is a bit 
>over the top.  Given the low feedback of the person listing, and low sale 
>price, I would say it is either friend, or perhaps the same person.  
>Anyway, neither the two auctions purport to be anything than they are, so I 
>am not sure what makes them look like they are "fake".  Fake what?  They 
>are just listed as pig cookie jars, not McCoy, or anything else that I can 
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