[Mccoypottery-talk] cookie jars

Betty Bettyfnelson@mchsi.com
Wed, 29 Aug 2007 08:47:55 -0500


About a decade ago when I first put my name on this list, there was much 
conversation about the reproduced cookie jars.  Some of the established and 
trusted members of this group like Elizabeth said that if you ever had a 
chance to get an out of print book published by Nichols called "McCoy
Cookie Jars first to last" to buy it.  I went to a site called Iwant.com and 
put it on my wish list.  Throughout the years I have gotten notification 
that one of the books had been listed and they have all been way out of 
sight for me. Last month I was notified that a book that had at one time 
been a library book was listed for over $700.00.  Needless to say someone 
else got the chance at the book.  Just wanted you to know that this used 
paperback should be picked up at any garage sale.  Betty  The Okie in Iowa.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "david mcCoy" <damitboy@yahoo.com>
To: <mccoypottery-talk@lists.mccoypottery.com>
Sent: Tuesday, August 28, 2007 5:40 PM
Subject: Re: [Mccoypottery-talk] cookie jars


> good call elsie!
>  long time no hear from!
>  Sidney was chief designer at mccoy, then his son Leslie was.
>  I have a couple of "one of a kind" Cope pieces.
>  I will post them in the "gallery" section of this site soon!
>  One piece in particular, really highlights my collection, a mammy on a 
> scoop, but is NOT the common piece, in color or decoration, really cool 
> piece, coming soon to the gallery, LOL.
>  Dave
>
> Ronald K Bagley <cupguy@juno.com> wrote:
>  According to Hanson McCoy Book Vol. 2, your clown is worth $50-$75 unless
> it is painted by the former McCoy employee, Sidney Cope, which raises the
> price to $200. Sometimes price depends on your area and the interested
> parties. I've seen the cookie jar in shops for $150.
>
> Elsie
>
>
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