Date: January 23, 2003 Age: 62 Occupation: Retired Teacher From: Jacksonville, Fl. Comment: I know nothing about McCoy,but know that it is popular and of value. My husband and I are assisting a young man, of few financial resources,do repairs to his home.He has some pieces of McCoy, a head vase, some depression glass,etc. I am seeking help so that he can sell his goods at a reasonable price and use the proceeds to do the necessary repairs to his modest 4-room cinder block home. HELP!!!!
Date: January 17, 2003 Age: 25 Occupation: Accounting Manager From: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Comment: My married name is McCoy and my husband has always loved McCoy Pottery. He has started collecting some McCoy things.
Date: January 17, 2003 Age: Occupation: From: Comment: I have a piece of pottery shaped like a flower with a ring in the bottom that looks like it belongs to a set. The bottom is marked McCoy USA with lines and a circle. Anyone know what this is? When I purchased it from an auction, it had a Norcrest Japan vase in it..matched wonderfully, but it's not a set. Any ideas?
Date: January 13, 2003 Age: 48 Occupation: Accountant From: Texas Comment: I have just discovered my two cookie jars that I have had for over 25 years are McCoy's so I thought researching my cookies would be of interest.
Date: January 13, 2003 Age: Occupation: pottery collector From: ALASKA Comment: for the person who tends this site ... I have e-mailed three addresses here and all three came back as undeliverable and with 'fatal erros' ... they are not from the same server as one is juno.com ... I have a friend on juno.com so I know it is a working serving and the other two I don't recognize ... is there something wrong with all the mails or did I just pick three bad ones ... juno even said this person was unknown to them ... thanks ... this is a great sight ... I have a lot of references here and can answer a lot of their questions ... I love looking up things and researching ... Arlene
Date: January 12, 2003 Age: 57 Occupation: self employed From: n. carolina Comment: I have a mug or stein stamped 6036 , mccoy , usa on the bottom with the lancaster colony mark next to the usa . It is 5 1/4" high . 4 1/2 " at bottom and 3" at top . Cream color with the Miller High Life logo on it . Hard to tell if it is a decal or fired on.Need some info on this piece .Originally purchased in late 70's.
Date: January 12, 2003 Age: 56 Occupation: production From: Carolina Comment: Found a small bowl (about 8 inches) in my mothers pantry. The bowl has brown horizontal , with the words Mcoy USA oven proof on the botttom. Does anyone know anything about it
Date: January 11, 2003 Age: over Occupation: cookie jar collector From: ALASKA Comment: I have info for firstname.lastname@example.org ... regarding the fruit cookie jars they are collecting ... I sent an e-mail to this address and it came back stating the message had 'fatal errors' ... I have a McCoy Fruit Basket Cookie Jar from 1961 that is a beauty ... it has all the fruit combined on top of the jar lid and is very attractive ... the basket is styled very nicely also ... if you wish to see this wonderful McCoy treasure, please e-mail me and I will send you a page from the eBay auction as I have it listed right now ... my eBay seller name is akbouni ... thanks for your interest and your e-mail ... Arlene Grudzinski
Date: January 11, 2003 Age: 49 Occupation: clothing catalog telephone sales rep and homemaker From: kirby, Tx. Comment: I collect McCoy Pottery Tea Pots. They are hard to find. I have 2, both original. One has a matching creamer. I also collect green glass and old stuff. Pretty much anything that catches my fancy. My first McCoy tea pot belong to my mother-in-law. She carried it back and forth from In. and Calif. until they settled in Calif. She gave it to me as a wedding present. I love the earthy rich colors in the glazes.
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