Circa 1926 McCoy buttermilk pitcher, marked on the bottom with the McCoy shield mark with 121 inside.
This is the more commonly found green color (see the harder to find yellow one I have listed) but what is uncommon about it, is that it has no damage. It has been in my personal collection for thirty years. It is early and has a most desirable bottom mark.
Condition is excellent. Pristine, when one considers the age and use. There are absolutely NO chips, cracks, or repairs. The only mention is a tiny hint of a rough spot at the tip of the spout about the size of the head of a pin. If you enlarge the spout shot, you might be able to see it. There are no chips anywhere. Not on the spout, handle, rim, or anywhere else. I've shown all sides and the inside in the photos, but feel free to email should you have other questions.
Measurements: 5-1/2 inch tall, 7 inch from edge of spout to widest part of handle; about 6 inch wide when viewed from the side.
I am listing my 30 year collection of early pottery that I had displayed in my circa 1840s home. It has been boxed up for six years , ever since I moved away from that old house. I have nowhere to display it in my newer home, so I've decided to let it move on to someone else who enjoys this early pottery. Check the other pottery and antiques I will be listing over the next few days and weeks.
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