McCoy Owl Cookie Jars

The Nelson McCoy Sanitary Stoneware Co. was started in 1910 in the town of Roseville, Ohio. They produced a wide range of functional kitchen items. In 1925 the company started expanding into much larger production facilities which allowed them to begin producing many new types of art pottery. In 1990, after many ownership changes, the company ceased all production and went out of business.

Rare Vintage 1950s McCoy The Original Pontiac Indian Native American Cookie Jar
Rare Vintage 1950s McCoy The Original Pontiac Indian Native American Cookie Jar
$389.00
Vintage McCoy 1242 Brown White Bean Pot Cookie Jar w Lid
Vintage McCoy 1242 Brown White Bean Pot Cookie Jar w Lid
$15.00
Vintage McCoy USA Pottery White Cook Stove Cookie Jar 1962 1964
Vintage McCoy USA Pottery White Cook Stove Cookie Jar 1962 1964
$20.00
Large 10 3 4 High Vintage McCoy Pottery Brown Cross My Heart Owl Cookie Jar
Large 10 3 4 High Vintage McCoy Pottery Brown Cross My Heart Owl Cookie Jar
$42.95
Vintage 1950s Brown McCoy Art Pottery Whiskey Barrel Cookie Jar Cookies
Vintage 1950s Brown McCoy Art Pottery Whiskey Barrel Cookie Jar Cookies
$9.99
McCoy No 342 Vegetables Cookie Jar
McCoy No 342 Vegetables Cookie Jar
$18.95
Handmade Ceramic Strawberry Cookie Jar 9 x 8 Beautiful
Handmade Ceramic Strawberry Cookie Jar 9 x 8 Beautiful
$24.95
Vintage McCoy Cookie Jar with Cold Painted Red Flowers
Vintage McCoy Cookie Jar with Cold Painted Red Flowers
$24.99
VINTAGE McCOY SAD CLOWN COOKIE JAR 255 GREAT SHAPE
VINTAGE McCOY SAD CLOWN COOKIE JAR 255 GREAT SHAPE
$29.99
Vintage McCoy monk friar tuck cookie jar Thou Shall Not Steal Robe USA
Vintage McCoy monk friar tuck cookie jar Thou Shall Not Steal Robe USA
$39.00

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The earlier McCoy pottery pieces have a mark which is a circle with a shield inside, and usually a number that reflects the capacity of the container in the measurement of gallons. They also happened to use a clover with a double shield, and an M designation above it.

Most production after approximately 1938 will have the McCoy mark either incised, or embossed on the bottom of the piece.