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After a short break The Cookie Jar Net is coming back on line. Bare with us as we try to add back the old content, as well as additional information for the collector, most specifically cookie jar collectors.

 

Christmas Cookie Jars

One of the best times to display a cookie jar is during the holidays. If you celebrate Christmas, cookies are usually part of the celebrations and what better way to store them than with a great Christmas jar on the kitchen counter. Start out with a jolly Santa or...

Not the REAL McCoy

These jars have been found marked or advertised with a McCoy mark, they are not the REAL McCoy. These jars are copies of jars from other companies or ceramic mold jars. The makers mark them McCoy, taking advantage of the popularity of the company. The company name...

Abingdon Mother Goose

Jar is approximately 12 1/4" tall. Bottom of jar is marked with 695 incised. Jar is marked with an inkstamp "Abingdon USA". Estimated values up to $200-$300. Note: There is a Pfaltzgraff Mother Goose that is almost identical to this one, including incised mark on the...

Christmas Cookie Jars

One of the best times to display a cookie jar is during the holidays. If you celebrate Christmas, cookies are usually part of the celebrations and what better way to store them than with a great Christmas jar on the kitchen counter. Start out with a jolly Santa or...

A short hiatus

A new updated version of The Cookie Jar net. Originally started back in the dark ages of the Internet (1996), we've been around for over twenty years. After a short hiatus we're ready to start up again bringing the new and history of classic jars and companies.