This is a cute unmarked McCoy planter – a little blue duck! It is in super condition – has some orange color cold paint loss and a production non-color/glaze on the side by planter opening – that’s it!
Definitely one of McCoy's most peculiar planters and a difficult find -- this is Cope's "faces" planter! It's in the colors of rustic line, measures 5 3/4" tall, top is 6 3/4" x 5 3/4". One side has 4 faces peering from leaves, other side has 3 faces. Marked on bottom: McCoy. In great condition with no chips, no cracks, no crazing. Has been used as intended and it has interior staining. Neat item, highly sought by collectors.
This listing has an extra nice McCoy fruit shaped planter! This is the pear on leaf and bottom is marked McCoy, USA. Planter has no chips, dings, or cracks! It has been used as intended and has minor crazing. Interior has in-mold initial “s” and bottom still has original ink price of 69 cents – wow!
Another excellent condition McCoy planter that has been in my collection for many years! This is the Old Mill planter produced by McCoy in 1953. Planter is marked McCoy, USA. Fisherman has the original “fishing line” so often missing on these planters and still retains a small amount of his original cold paint.
This listing has a McCoy spinning wheel planter! Made in 1953 and marked McCoy, USA, planter is in super condition – it has very minor mineral deposit/residue from prior owner using as intended. There are no chips, no crack, no dings – planter has been in my McCoy collection for m any years.
This is a pretty little planter from McCoy’s swirl line of 1962! Pedestal style planter measures 4 ½” tall, 4 ½” diameter, and is a pretty dark green color with shiny over-glaze. Marked on bottom: McCoy, USA. Planter is in excellent condition – no chips, cracks, or crazing!
This is a lovely planter from McCoy’s 1945 rustic line! Planter measures 8 ¼” long, 6 ½” wide, 3 5/8” tall and has pretty colors with a shiny overglaze. Bottom is marked McCoy and planter is in excellent condition with no “use” evidence. It has a couple typical McFlaws (pin-pops) that are not detrimental in any way!
This is a cute unmarked McCoy planter! It’s shaped like a little duck and is a pretty blue color. Measures 3 5/8” tall (at tallest) and is in wonderful condition. It has no use evidence but has some typical production blemishes. It has some tiny pin-pops of non-color, a small glaze pot that was fired-on, his bottom bill (lip) has a small flake-off, and his head is almost flat on top! He’s cute!!
Here is a excellent condition McCoy Flying ducks planter in natural colors. It has some crazing and there is a hairline on the edge of the planter. It is about 10" wide and is marked McCoy USA on the bottom. Email if you have any questions.
Very nice McCoy planter! This is the pear planter with green leaf drip saucer. Planter has lovely color and is in wonderful condition – it has no chips and very minor crazing. The only “use” evidence is a 1/2" super tight (like a pencil mark) hairline – it actually looks like a craze mark (doesn’t go through) and it’s barely visible. Planter is marked on bottom: McCoy, USA. Very nice addition to a collection!
Another beautiful footed planter from McCoy’s Spring Wood line of 1961! Planter measures 5 1/8” tall, 8” long (at longest), 4 ½” wide (at widest) and is marked McCoy, USA. It’s in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, or crazing. Pretty!
This listing has an excellent condition hanging planter from McCoy’s Red Clay line of 1978! It measures 3” tall, 4 ¾” diameter, and bottom is marked 0760, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Planter appears to have been used very little – if at all – it has the original leather hanger!
This listing has a lovely blue fernery planter from McCoy’s butterfly line! Planter measures 3 ¼” tall, 8 ¼” long, 3 ¾” wide and is marked with the overlapping NM, USA (difficult to see due to glaze fill-in but it is there). It’s in wonderful condition with minor craze marks and a couple bottom interior, slightly dark spots (under the glaze and not detrimental). Very pretty item.
Excellent condition McCoy stork with baby planter! This one is pink and the only evidence of “use” is missing cold paint accents. It has one typical McCoy production flaw – a spot of green color under the glaze – that’s it! Bottom is marked McCoy, USA.