[Mccoypottery-talk] McCoy Mammy Question

ELIZABETH VAUGHN revaughn@webtv.net
Wed, 02 Jul 2008 21:30:42 GMT

The McCoy's might be able to tell you, or someone who has collected for years.  We fall into that category but did not collect cookie jars.  I do remember that we bought a few brand new at a discount department store or two and eventually resold them, but I don't remember what we paid.  This would have been in the mid-1970's.

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Subject: Re: [Mccoypottery-talk] McCoy Mammy Question

On Jul 1, 2008, at 9:13 PM, Barb Crews wrote:

> Hi All..
> A reader asked me if I knew how much the McCoy Mammy cookie jar
> originally sold for. Any ideas or thoughts?

I'm only 37, so excuse me if I am speaking out of school here.  I  
would random a guess that it probably cost anywhere from less than a  
dollar to 2 dollars at a Woolworth's back in the day, or any other 5  
and dime.

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