I think this is a Redwing single P 2 gallon salt crock. What would the value be on it? Dixie
Dixie, you do indeed have a Red Wing 2 gallon single P. The decoration is a bit week. With this being said, value $80 to $90 if unsigned. Al Kohlman
Can you tell me how old this jug is? No chips, cracks or any damage. What value if any.
Thank you, Annie
Annie your 4 gallon Minnesota Stoneware Company beehive jug was produced between 1906 & 1909. Value would be in the area of $650 to $750. Al Kohlman
Hi all! I am looking to sell this crock and have been told it is rare. However, many are appalled by my asking price. Can you help me get in the right range? There are a couple of small chips, but not a crack in it!
Ashley, your 5 gallon elephant ear beehive with the Minnesota oval is a tough find. If it were in perfect condition you would be looking at a $5000 or so. However to a collector the chip in the front of your jug is huge. It takes the value of your piece to half or little less. $1800 to $2500. Collectors want perfect pieces and shy away from damage such as this. Al Kohlman
I am attaching a photo of a Red Wing Crock I found. I wanted to know if you could give me any more information about it. (Age, value, what is it used for?)
It is marked:
A.W. Cleland, Jr.
Bottom marked with Red Wing Stoneware Co.
Patricia, you have a rare one here. It is a Red Wing salt glazed advertising piece that was produced between 1877 & 1895. If it were in perfect condition, the value would be around $5,000 or so. With hairline crack and chips, I think $2,500 to $3,000 is a safe bet! Nice find. Al Kohlman
I have a 8 gallon salt glazed crock from my grandmother. It has a minnesota split oval stamp and a small hairline crack on the back. I’d like to learn about when it was made and value. Pictures attached.
Thank you, Sue
Sue, your Minnesota Stoneware Company 8 gal leaf crock was produced between 1883 & 1895. It is a good piece, but the hairline crack hurts. $800 to $1000. Al Kohlman
I have a Red Wing KO-REC Feeder and would like to find out the approximate value of it. I don’t know if there was a base to it, but this is the only piece I have. Thank you for your time.
Diane, your Ko-Rec Red Wing Chicken feeder would have a base. It needs to have a base to be a complete feeder. Without the base and if in perfect condition, the value is between $50 & $75. Al Kohlman
The Advertising says: ‘READY TO SERVE, SEVERIN MATTSON, GENERAL MERCHANT, BRAHAM, MINN.” By the spout, between the advertising and the spout, there is a slight deglaze line about 3/4 inch long, you can’t see it on the pictures, otherwise the pitcher is in excellent condition. Does the deglaze line devalue the pitcher’s value?
Sincerely , Jon
Jon, you have a zinc glazed Red Wing gray-line pitcher (also called sponge band) with advertising. That de-glazed line does not affect its value. These pitchers are down a little. $275 to $350. Al Kohlman
Can you submit this bowl as well that I picked up recently? I think it may be a Red Wing. It has no cracks and has a faint 10 on the bottom. Just wondering if it is in fact Red Wing and what the value is? Pat
Pat, you have a Red Wing 10″ white with blue lines bowl. It was produced in the late 1920′s & into the 30′s. With no advertising the value is around $60. Al Kohlman
Just found this jug in my mother’s attic. It appears to be a Redwing but I’m not certain as I can’t seem to find an image of one exactly like it online.
Can you help me determine its authenticity and potential value?
Thanks so very much,
Edward, you do indeed have a Red Wing 4 gallon shoulder jug. This is an early shoulder jug most likely produced right around 1909 or so. Value in perfect condition is between $125 & $150. Al Kohlman
I took a flyer and appraised it at $350. estate value. It was definitely squat, I would guess 2.5 feet. I collected Red Wing stoneware at one time, and never saw one that size, but than I was not interested in the larger pieces. It was very heavy! Can you confirm the value of this?
June, you were right on target with the $350 value on the Red Wing 25 gallon sqaut crock. Al Kohlman