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.

McCoy cookie jar Rocking hobby horse 1948 cold painted ready to repaint Vintage
McCoy cookie jar Rocking hobby horse 1948 cold painted ready to repaint Vintage
$19.99
Vintage McCoy USA Hand Painted Brown Butter Churn Style Cookie Jar Flower Barrel
Vintage McCoy USA Hand Painted Brown Butter Churn Style Cookie Jar Flower Barrel
$34.91
Vintage McCoy Brown Drip Cookie Jar
Vintage McCoy Brown Drip Cookie Jar
$22.50
McCOY COOKIE JAR WITH COVER BURLAP SACK BAG COUNTRY EXCELLENT CONDITION USA 158
McCOY COOKIE JAR WITH COVER BURLAP SACK BAG COUNTRY EXCELLENT CONDITION USA 158
$17.87
NEW ANTIQUE McCOY POTTERY PRICE GUIDE COLLECTORS BOOK 400 COOKIE JARS NEW
NEW ANTIQUE McCOY POTTERY PRICE GUIDE COLLECTORS BOOK 400 COOKIE JARS NEW
$29.96
McCoy Green Bell Pepper Cookie Jar 157 ceramic 8 1 2 tall 7 square missing lid
McCoy Green Bell Pepper Cookie Jar 157 ceramic 8 1 2 tall 7 square missing lid
$9.95
MCCOY POT BELLY STOVE COOKIE JAR
MCCOY POT BELLY STOVE COOKIE JAR
$18.00
VTG MCCOY POTTERY 183 DOUGH BOY BAKER BOBBY COOKIE JAR SNACK BISCUIT CANISTER
VTG MCCOY POTTERY 183 DOUGH BOY BAKER BOBBY COOKIE JAR SNACK BISCUIT CANISTER
$34.99
McCoy Peter Pan Cookie Jar
McCoy Peter Pan Cookie Jar
$400.00
Vintage McCoy Owl Cookie Jar  204 USA Speckled Goldenrod Brown Yellow Tan
Vintage McCoy Owl Cookie Jar 204 USA Speckled Goldenrod Brown Yellow Tan
$45.99

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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.