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THREE PIECES OF OHIO STONEWARE. Stenciled labels. "W. F. McCoy Wholesale Dealer in Stoneware, Zanesville, O.", 9"h. William F. McCoy was a stoneware dealer...


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  • THREE PIECES OF OHIO STONEWARE. Stenciled
    labels. "W. F. McCoy Wholesale Dealer in Stoneware, Zanesville, O.", 9"h. William F. McCoy was a stoneware dealer in Putnam, Ohio (now part of Zanesville), 1882-1885. "Baumbaugh ... [more like this]
  • TWO PIECES OF OHIO STONEWARE. Stenciled
    labels "H. C. Ward Stoneware Depot, Zanesville, O". Butter crock. 7.5"h. And six-gallon crock. 14"h. Hudson Champlin Ward was a stoneware dealer in Putnam (now part of Zanesville, ... [more like this]
  • TWO PIECES OF OHIO STONEWARE. Stenciled
    labels for the "Neff Bro's...Taylorsville, O." Butter crock, 8"h., and jar in brown slip, 10"h. The Neff Brothers pottery was in Harrison Township, Muskingum County, Ohio, ... [more like this]
  • THREE OHIO STONEWARE JARS. Stenciled labels.
    Six-gallon jars. "Central Pottery, G.W. Walker & Bro. Roseville, Ohio". Known to have been in business 1885-1887. 13.5"h. And "W.F. McCoy Wholesale Dealer in Stoneware, Zanesville, ... [more like this]
  • TWO OHIO STONEWARE CROCKS. Stenciled labels.
    Two-gallon crock "Zanesville Stoneware Co. Zanesville, O." 9"h., and three-gallon "H. C. Ward Wholesale Stoneware Depot...Zanesville, Ohio". 10.5"h. Hudson Champlin Ward was ... [more like this]
  • OHIO STONEWARE JUG. Six-gallon jug with
    double handles. Stenciled label "H. C. Ward, Stoneware Depot, Zanesville, O." 19"h. Hudson Champlin Ward was a stoneware dealer in Putnam, Ohio (now part of Zanesville) from ... [more like this]
  • OHIO STONEWARE JUG. Stenciled label "Jas.
    Benjamin, Stoneware Depot, Zanesville, O." 11"h. James Benjamin was a stoneware dealer in Putnam (now part of Zanesville) 1860-1885. Illustrated on page 107 in James L. Murphy's ... [more like this]
  • Rare Gruen and Dorset, Powhatan, Ohio, Blue-Stenciled
    Gray-Glazed Stoneware Kitchen Crock, third quarter 19th century, stenciled in blue overglaze on the facade "Manufactured for Gruen/Dorset/Powhatan/Ohio, h. 10", dia. 7". ... [more like this]
  • THREE OHIO STONEWARE CHURNS. Two four-gallon
    churns. Stenciled label "H. H. Melick, Roseville, Ohio", 15.5"h. Henry Harrison Melick potted in Perry County 1860-1870 and in Roseville 1875-1880. And impressed label "J. ... [more like this]
  • TWO OHIO STONEWARE CROCKS. Stenciled labels
    for "S. E. Chapman, Zanesville, O." 9.5", 12.5"h. Samuel E. Chapman was a stoneware dealer in Putnam (now part of Zanesville) 1872-1885. Illustrated on page 150 in James L. ... [more like this]
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    with blue stenciled markings: one marked "Manufactured by S. Hutchison & Son, Matamoras, Ohio", 8 in., rim and base chips, otherwise good condition ; one marked ... [more like this]
  • OHIO STONEWARE JUG. Four-gallon jug with
    applied handle. Two capacity marks, one impressed and one stenciled. Impressed label "J. Rambo". 17"h. Probably Joseph Rambo who potted in Newton Township, Muskingum County, ... [more like this]
  • OHIO STONEWARE JAR. Stenciled label "A.
    Rambo, Manufacturer, Zanesville, Ohio". 9.5h. Made by Albert Rambo born 1832, Albert Rambo born 1835, or Austin Rambo born 1836. Illustrated on page 320 in James L. Murphy's ... [more like this]
  • THREE PIECES OF COBALT-STENCILED CINCINNATI,
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  • TWO COBALT-STENCILED OHIO STONEWARE CROCKS.
    Second half-19th century. Both with applied handles. One marked for J.M. Milligan, McLuney, Ohio, 13.25"h., and the example marked for Howerth and Bowers, Crooksville, 13.75"h. ... [more like this]
  • OHIO STONEWARE CANNING JAR. Mid 19th century.
    Stenciled cobalt label "I. McGurdy, Newcastle, Ohio". Rim flakes. 8"h. ... [more like this]
  • OHIO STONEWARE CROCK. Second half -19th
    century. Stenciled cobalt label with American eagle and brushed flourishes and "20". "Charles Miller, Matamoras, Ohio". Double handles. 24"h. ... [more like this]
  • OHIO STONEWARE CROCK. Second half-19th century.
    Large crock with double handles, brushed cobalt floral bands and "16". Retailer's stenciled label "AA Franz...Pomeroy, Ohio". Double handles. 23.5"h. ... [more like this]
  • OHIO STONEWARE CROCK. Second half-19th century.
    Stenciled cobalt merchant's label "Predman...Felicity, Ohio, 3". Double handles. 13.5"h. ... [more like this]
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