Question: How can you tell a fake McCoy?

The only way to avoid fakes is to know what pieces of pottery that were actually made by the Nelson McCoy Pottery (or any other pottery of interest). If you find a piece of pottery that is marked “McCoy”, and it is not pictured in any of the McCoy reference books, the chances are that it is a fake.

When did they stop making McCoy pottery?

2001 McCoy (pottery)TypePrivate companyFoundedRoseville, Ohio (April 1910)Defunct2001HeadquartersZanesville, Ohio, United StatesNumber of employeesunknown2 more rows

The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) does not permit cookie jar accounting by public companies because it can mislead investors regarding a companys financial performance. Companies along with individual accountants have faced legal action from The Securities and Exchange Commission.

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