Dating haeger pottery

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Mc Coy miniatures, the little unmarked or faintly marked NM figurines were all purchased for less than .00 each; i.e., Art Deco deer

Mc Coy miniatures, the little unmarked or faintly marked NM figurines were all purchased for less than $10.00 each; i.e., Art Deco deer $1.50 firm.We found these items at flea markets, garage sales, shops, and even pottery shows.One day about 10 years ago our local auction house advertised an auction with LOTS of Frankoma – mostly in Prairie Green.Some time before we’d acquired the Bess books on Frankoma and had been picking up Ada clay pieces here and there.Within the Red Wing production there are MANY avenues for collections.We could concentrate on the Ink Stamp pieces – in all or just one glaze, the more Deco designs for the later Fleck glazes in blue, pink, or yellow, just Dutch Blue, just Nokomis, just figurines, just figurines in Cobalt – I think you are getting the picture…

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Mc Coy miniatures, the little unmarked or faintly marked NM figurines were all purchased for less than $10.00 each; i.e., Art Deco deer $1.50 firm.

We found these items at flea markets, garage sales, shops, and even pottery shows.

One day about 10 years ago our local auction house advertised an auction with LOTS of Frankoma – mostly in Prairie Green.

Some time before we’d acquired the Bess books on Frankoma and had been picking up Ada clay pieces here and there.

Within the Red Wing production there are MANY avenues for collections.

We could concentrate on the Ink Stamp pieces – in all or just one glaze, the more Deco designs for the later Fleck glazes in blue, pink, or yellow, just Dutch Blue, just Nokomis, just figurines, just figurines in Cobalt – I think you are getting the picture…

On the other hand, there are some potteries we can find more abundantly… We had been fortunate enough 10 years ago to start many different collections.

.50 firm.

We found these items at flea markets, garage sales, shops, and even pottery shows.

One day about 10 years ago our local auction house advertised an auction with LOTS of Frankoma – mostly in Prairie Green.

Some time before we’d acquired the Bess books on Frankoma and had been picking up Ada clay pieces here and there.

Within the Red Wing production there are MANY avenues for collections.

We could concentrate on the Ink Stamp pieces – in all or just one glaze, the more Deco designs for the later Fleck glazes in blue, pink, or yellow, just Dutch Blue, just Nokomis, just figurines, just figurines in Cobalt – I think you are getting the picture…

On the other hand, there are some potteries we can find more abundantly… We had been fortunate enough 10 years ago to start many different collections.

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Starting A Collection We thought it would be interesting for our members who are new collectors to hear what four longtime dealers and/or collectors would suggest buying were they a beginning pottery collector attempting to start out in today’s market.And a collection will bring that nostalgic sentiment back for me (us).Some other thoughts on starting that new collection might be Burley Winter, which was made in Crooksville, OH or Monmouth Pottery from the same town in west-central Illinois.”, “What should I buy to start an American art pottery collection?”, or “What should I buy that is going to appreciate in value? Beyond the obvious recommendation of collect what you like, we encourage beginning collectors to focus on condition and start out with makers that are more widely traded such as Roseville, Weller, Van Briggle, Rookwood, Mc Coy, and Hull.

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