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McCoy Cauliflower Mammy

McCoy Pottery only made two black mammy cookie jar designs. Both jars are widely reproduced which has caused values to come down quite a bit over the last few years. A jar with good cold paint is hard to find. Made: 1939 Mark: McCoy, USA Rare Cold Painted Values: $600...

Brush Humpty Dumpty Beanie

Brush made two Humpty Dumpty jars, this is called the Beanie jar, the other has a peaked brown hat. This Brush jar is heavy, as are all their jars and is also known to be reproduced in several different ways. Beware of the jars marked McCoy – not the real deal....

Mr. Peanut Cookie Jar — Benjamin Medwin

This jar was part of a line that included several different ceramic kitchenware items. There is another ceramic jar that was sold directly by Nabisco, that is a bit easier to find. The Nabisco jar is Mr. Peanut head jar, there is also an identical Mr. Peanut candy jar...

Babe Ruth

One of the first, if not the first, licensed jar from Clay Art. A terrific piece that appealed to baseball collectors, as well as jar collectors. Made by: Clay Art Year Produced: 1997 Size: Approx. 12″ Values: $50. – $75. More about Clay...

Hull Little Red Riding Hood

Closed Basket, Two Poppies One of the most popular and prettiest Little Red Riding Hood jars is the Hull Little Red Riding Hood. The design patent was issued in 1943 to Louise Bauer of Zanesville Ohio. The jars were produced by Hull as “blanks” and then...