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What is the value of a Red Wing crock?

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The value of a Red Wing crock depends on its size and condition. A Red Wing Leaf Churn in perfect condition is valued from $3,500 to $3,800. A 5-gallon crock with slight imperfections is valued at around $250.

The best way to put an actual and accurate dollar value on an item as highly collectible as Red Wing pottery is to have it appraised by a professional antique appraiser. The appraiser should provide a certification of authenticity as well as a list of any defects. Kovels makes photographs and prices of many Red Wing items available to people who create an account on the website.

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