McCoy is a brand of pottery that was produced in the United States in the mid-
19th and 20th centuries. It is probably the most collected pottery in the nation.
Below we have assembled a listing of the various marks used to identify McCoy
Pottery through the years. It is important to note that McCoy did not mark every ...
The J.W. McCoy pottery was established in Roseville, Ohio during September
1899. ... As will be seen below, this is also true of other early marks, but the policy
McCoy Marks ... Reproductions, fakes and look-a-likes are a source of concern
for McCoy ... Visit flea markets and antique malls and get a "feel" for the pottery.
I've added a new section to the McCoy Pottery
Resource section -- a selection of McCoy Pottery marks
, as well as a few marks
from fake pieces labeled McCoy
. More »
Left: This is the stamp that appears on some McCoy items made that have a gold
finish. Right: Showing the "Made in USA" McCoy mark.
Pottery marks and signatures, roseville, hull, watt, shawnee, redwing, brush
mccoy, nelson mccoy.
Mccoy Antique & Collectable: Looking for McCoy pottery was made in Roseville,
Ohio. Nelson McCoy and J.W. McCoy established the Nelson McCoy Sanitary ...
McCoy Pottery Company authentic as well as marks shown on "fake" McCoy
items. Feel free to submit a McCoy mark for the gallery.
The new McCoy marks appear not only on copies of McCoy products but on ... 39
and 40, for example, were originally made by Shawnee Pottery and Hull ...