Postcard – “Putnam County, Indiana. William Meyer Covered Bridge. Located in northern part of County, set in picturesque scene of sycamores. Built 1873 with Smith truss. Washed out in the flood of 1957.”
Postcard – “Rolling Stone Bridge. It was built in 1915 across Big Walnut Creek in Putnam County near Bainbridge, Indiana. It is 103’ long and 16’ wide.”
Postcard – “14-67-20 Sharpe Bridge, 3 ½ miles S.E. Cloverdale, Putnam County, Indiana. Built 1915 over Mill Creek. 1 span Burr Arch 100 feet long.”
Postcard – “Putnam County, Indiana, 14/67/12 Manhattan Bridge located ½ mile S. of Manhattan. Built 1895 over Deer Creek. 1 span Burr Arch 120 feet.” Postcard is in excellent condition but has a drip/spot on back.
Postcard – Craple Bridge – “built over Croy’s Creek in 1889 in Putnam County near Bridge, Indiana. It is 71’ long and 16’ wide.” Postcard is in excellent condition but has a drip spot on back.
Postcard – “Putnam County, Indiana, 14-67-09 Ruark Bridge (located 2 ½ miles S.W. of Greencastle). Built 1901 over Big Walnut Cr. 1 span Burr Arch 160 feet”.
This listing has a gorgeous Weiss bracelet! It has 2 rows of prong-set black rhinestones, measures 7” long, and the clasp is marked Weiss. Black rhinestone jewelry is not your everyday find – this bracelet is outstanding!
These earrings are so colorful with their red and green “confetti”! They measure 1 1/8” diameter and have clip style backs. Neat!
McCoy creamer and sugar from the pretty pink and blue Stonecraft line! Creamer is marked on bottom: 1414, USA and is in great condition – has a slightly dark line inside bottom that is production (under the glaze) – has no evidence of “use”. The sugar and lid are in excellent with no evidence of “use”. The bottom is marked 154, USA. I have never seen this number on this style/shape sugar but it obviously goes with the creamer. Very nice set!
This listing has a creamer from McCoy’s Stonecraft pink and blue dinnerware line! Creamer is in mint condition, marked 1414, USA – looks new!
This is a very nice McCoy sugar bowl that has lost its lid! From the Stonecraft pink and blue dinnerware line, this is the more rounded shape, marked 7020, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. It has no chips, no cracks, does have some crazing.
Very nice McCoy creamer! This one is from the Stonecraft pink and blue dinnerware line, measures 3 ¾” tall, and bottom is marked 1414, USA. Creamer is in mint condition with no evidence of “use”. It has a 1” interior production closed (glazed over) stress – not detrimental in any way!
Very nice McCoy Stonecraft pink and blue creamer! This is the more rounded shape and is marked 7020, McCoy, USA. Creamer has a production stress in the pink stripe and minor crazing – that’s it!
Very nice McCoy pitcher! This one is from the Stonecraft pink and blue dinnerware line, measures 6” tall, bottom is marked 132, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Pitcher is in wonderful condition – has a few craze marks inside bottom – that’s it!
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Set of 4 very difficult to find McCoy brown drip fish plates! These measure 12” long, 6 ¼” wide (at widest), and are marked Oven Proof, 9374, USA. Excellent condition!
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : McCoy : Planters and Flower Pots : Pre 1970 item #886766 (stock #3584)
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This listing has 4 McCoy basket weave flowerpots and a matching double planter! All are yellow with shiny glaze. Flowerpots measure 3 ¼”, 4”, 4 ¾”, and 5 ½” tall. The planter measures 3 ¼” tall, 9 ¼” long, and 4” wide. All are marked McCoy, USA. The smallest flowerpot has a super tight 2” hairline and it has a production line on the saucer (occurred when removed from mold) – still very useable and a pretty flowerpot...
Produced only 1967-68, this is McCoy’s fireplace cookie jar and it retains a lot of the original cold paint! It is in very good condition with several slice type chips on bottom dry ring (see photos). Bottom is marked USA. Nice cookie jar, nicely priced!
This listing has 4 McCoy individual size handled casseroles! They’re from the pretty Stonecraft pink and blue dinnerware line. Bottoms are marked 874, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. All are in super condition – no chips, no cracks. They have some crazing which is not unusual with this glaze. Very nice items!