Published August 30, 2002
by Schiffer Publishing .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||208|
Our popular three-volume set on McCoy pottery has been consolidated into the exciting new McCoy Pottery, The Ultimate Reference and Value Guide. Authors Bob Hanson and Craig Nissen have added new information throughout the book. Production pieces are shown from through the mid s.5/5(13). This reference book is the third volume in the series exclusively devoted to the pottery made by the Nelson McCoy Pottery Company from to the mids, when it was finally sold to Designer Accents. Information is presented from the perspective of the collector. Hundreds of pieces are featured in dazzling, full-color photos/5(21). McCoy Reference Books THE COLLECTORS CATALOG OF BRUSH-McCOY POTTERY (Out of Print). Contains 62 pages of Brush – McCoy catalogs pages, brief history of the pottery, and 18 pages of J.W. McCoy pottery. is an online service dedicated to McCoy Pottery. We offer the most complete online database of McCoy Pottery McCoy Pottery - McCoy Book Ends Line.
McCoy Pottery Collector's Reference and Value Guide by Graig Nissen, Bob Hanson $ (0 Bids) Brown Rose McCoy Heavy Tall Made in USA Pitcher White with Blue Tint Glaze. Your Guide to Vintage McCoy Pottery. If you love the mid-century look, then you may want to consider decorating your home with McCoy pottery pieces such as vases, urns, and pitchers. These pieces were generally made from to You can find pre-owned and used McCoy pottery pieces for sale on eBay. What are some common McCoy pottery marks? Welcome to McCoy Pottery Online We are your one stop resource for information on McCoy Pottery. We have spent the past decade cataloging thousands of McCoy Pottery pieces from Brush McCoy, Lancaster Colony, Cookie Jars and more. Macoy Publishing has Masonic Rings, Masonic Aprons, Masonic Books plus Order of Eastern Star Fez, Sashes, and Scottish Rite items and Shrine Fez. Macoy has o items serving Freemasonry including Prince Hall and York Rite.
The Marks on various Banks over the years ranged from the full line of McCoy marks including: "McCoy USA", "McCoy", and "McCoy Limited" (McCoy LTD.) to name a few. Several banks were made up to by "The McCoy Collection" and "Designer Accents." neither of which are or where related to the "McCoy Pottery" company. Banks Listing. The J.W. McCoy Annual Catalog (34 pages of pottery).This catalog has never been published in it's entirety. James W. McCoy before This history includes further insight into his life. The [first] Brush Pottery New information about George Brush's first pottery, which operated from late through This book is a history of the Nelson McCoy Pottery Company from to The Sanfords new trademarked line finder is an alphabetical thumbnail picture of all of the lines made by the pottery. It includes an extensive table of contents and /5(13). There are only two cases in published references where the Brush-McCoy pottery used a line name. The first was in , when an ink stamp was used to inform that the piece was Navarre. The second was in the Vogue Line, which was also an ink stamp. The Vogue mark was unique in that it also showed the maker – the Brush-McCoy pottery.