[Mccoypottery-talk] cookie jars

david mcCoy damitboy@yahoo.com
Wed, 29 Aug 2007 16:49:24 -0700 (PDT)


good god almighty, I bought mine for 1/10th that price, b ut I stole it, lol.
  hmmmmmm I wonder if I oughta put mine up for sale?
   
  On a serioud note, the sanfords guide has most jars listed. The HNH book, either Volume 2 or 3 has a great listing of jars. Either of these books can be had for reasonable prices!
   
  Dave

Betty <Bettyfnelson@mchsi.com> wrote:
  Odd, I just got another offer of the book today........Of course Ebay bought 
them out but kept the wish lists.
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McCoy Cookie Jars from the First to the Latest (Paperback, 1991)

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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "david mcCoy" 
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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 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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