All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : McCoy : Planters and Flower Pots : Pre 1970 item #896840 (stock #3597)
Another gorgeous piece from McCoy’s Grecian Line of 1957-58! This is the small centerpiece – measures 2 /18” tall, 8” diameter. Bottom is marked McCoy, USA, 444. Excellent condition!
Neat Christmas item! Made by Commodore Mfg. Col, this is a “31 Lite Rotating Santa Wall Plaque”. It has an attached string to hang in a window, door, or can be attached to your tree top and used as a topper! Works great!
This listing is for a Wexford divided serving tray (there are 2 available)! Made by Anchor Hocking, plates measure 10 5/8” diameter, and are in their original boxes. Plates are in excellent condition, boxes are in super condition but the cellophane has come unglued.
Another super condition Pyrex glass coffee pot! This is the 6 cup size and has no chips, dings, etc. It has some light “clouding” in the bottom of the pot that I would surmise was caused by overzealous cleaning – it is not detrimental.
Excellent condition vinegar and oil set by Pyrex! Both measure 6 ½” tall (at tallest) and have “Pyrex, Made in U.S.A.” on backs. Set matches the salt and pepper shakers that are so popular!
Postcard – “Hundred Oaks, Catholic Priest Home, Winchester, Tennessee.” Postcard has been mailed with postmark date of April 30, 1945. It has a cancelled 3 cents “V win the war” stamp.
Postcard – “The Sunshine Skyway, spectacular 15 mile bridge, built at a cost of $22,000,000 is the last link of new U.S. Highway #19. It increases communication between Pinellas, Manatee, and Sarasota Counties, Florida.”
Postcard – “Father Marquette Shrine, St. Ignace, Michigan. Dedicated in 1957, the shrine is a memorial to the man who was a famous explorer of the Great Lakes area in the 17th century.”
Neat photo postcards of Norris Lake, Tennessee -- one postcard is of Norris Lake and the other is “Norris Dam, Tennessee – Seen from the Restaurant Building”. The lake postcard has not been mailed, the other is postmarked 1949 and has a cancelled 1 cent stamp.
Postcard – “Houck Bridge. This bridge built in 1880 crosses Big Walnut Creek in Putnam County near Manhattan, Indiana. It is 210’ long and 16’ wide.”
Postcard – “Putnam County, Indiana. 14-67-13 Dick Huffman Bridge located 3 miles S.E. of Pleasant Gardens. Built 1880 over Big Walnut Cr. 2 span Howe Truss 265 feet.”
Postcard – “Pine Bluff Bridge. This bridge crosses Big Walnut Creek in Putnam County near New Maysville, Indiana. It is 211’ long and 16’ wide.”
Postcard – “Cornstalk Bridge. It was built in 1917 over Cornstalk Creek in Putnam County near Raccoon, Indiana. It is 82’ long and 16’ wide.” Postcard has a small bend/tear at upper right corner.
Postcard – “Putnam County, Indiana. 14-67-08 Black Bridge, 1860-1962, formerly located 1 mile west of Greencastle over Big Walnut Creek. Burr Arch 110 feet.”
Postcard – “Parker Bridge. This bridge was built in 1886 across Mill Creek in Putnam County near Emminence, Indiana. It is 120’ long and 16’ wide.”
Postcard – “Edna Collins Bridge. This bridge was built in 1922 across Little Walnut Creek in Putnam County near Clinton Falls, Indiana. It is 80’ long and 15’ wide.”
Postcard – “Putnam County, Indiana, 14-67-05 Old Raccoon Bridge built at Raccoon in 1838 as a 2 lane bridge. Was moved ½ mile S.E. of Clinton Falls in 1938 and rebuilt into one lane over Little Walnut Cr. Burr Arch construction 122 feet.”
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.”