6 gallon Daisy front stamped cooler and 40 gallon lid

Question:

What is a 40 gallon lid and 6 gallon daisy water cooler worth?

Thanks again for your time.

Best regards

Cheryl

Answer:

Cheryl, A mint condition salt glaze 6 gallon Daisy front stamped cooler in today’s market is around  $7500 .  A 40 gallon bailed handled lid in mint condition could bring $400-$500.

 

Clifford Olson

10 gallon elephant ear and 3 gallon rib cage crocks

Question:

I am hoping to learn a bit about the history, age and value of these 2 crocks, both in perfect condition, no cracks or chips.

Thanks! Lisa

Answer:

Lisa, you have a Minnesota Stoneware Company 3 gallon double rib cage crock.   It was produced between 1883 to 1895 or so.   Unsigned and in perfect condition, the value is around $200-$250.

The 10 gallon Elephant Ear crock  was produced between 1895 & 1906.  In perfect condition the value is around $500.

Clifford Olson

3 gallon crock with a black ski oval with birch leaves

Question:

Hi I was wondering if you could help out with this red wing crock I have. I was wanting to know the value of it. I’m not sure on the glaze, but it does have a chip out of it in the back. How ever it is not cracked anywhere else and the chip does not go clear through. The measurements on the crock is  Height is 10 1/2 inches and the Width is 10 inches. Any information would be great on this piece I really don’t know a whole lots on it.

Thank You

Kristen

 

Answer:

Kristen, Your 3 gallon crock with a black ski oval with birch leaves is a harder one to find. Even with the chip in back I would say still a $125 crock.

Clifford Olson

4 gallon Red Wing Churn with lid and dasher

Question:

I have this Red Wing 4 gallon butter churn and was wondering of the age and worth ?

It is in very good condition, no cracks or chips.

Thanks

Craig

Answer:

Craig, A nice looking and clean 4 gallon Red Wing churn complete with lid  can be around $300  Sharper the sheen of the glaze with a clear and dark wing, oval and number, then higher the value.  This has a big oval that dates it around 1912. I do see a line right in front that devalues your churn to around $150 with lid.

 

Clifford Olson

Red Wing Ink Well

Question:

This was in our mother’s items.  She was an avid collector, along with our dad. This was the last piece she kept.  It has a Red Wing on the back. We are looking for any information on it along with approximate value.  Thank you Patricia

Answer:

Patricia, This is a inkwell , value around $450 in mint condition.

Clifford

10 gallon Red Wing Crock with rim chip

Question:

I have this Crock and was wondering if you could pass me a price range of how much its worth?

Answer:

A 10 gallon inside rim chip with no other damage is around $125-$150. The sponged lid is really cool but not Red Wing. Thanks Cliff

Red Wing Stoneware Company 4 gallon birch leaf Ice Water

Question:

Hello Stacy,
Thank you so much for taking my call today.  As I said my husband and I found this water crock about 18 years ago under my Uncle’s porch and we just love it.  We are very interested to know if it is Red Wing or what and about how much it is worth.  It does have a small chip out of the neck area but not all the way through.
Thank you so much for your help!
Elaine

Answer:

You have a  Red Wing Stoneware Company 4 gallon birch leaf Ice Water. These were produced between the late 1890?s and before 1909 and are earlier than the Red Wing Water Coolers. Mint condition value around $450- $525 with nice dark blue marks, chip hurts value depends on where it is,  minus $100 or so. Beautiful piece. Cliff Olson

3 gallon reverse birch leaf churn

Question:

I can not find this specific redwing stoneware anywhere.  I have found similar but the writing has been blue or colored. This one has black writing. just was curious on age and if it’s worth anything.

Lauren

Answer:

The reversed oval birch leave churns are out there, they are just not as common as the others. Your churn with mint would have a value between $175-200. Dates around 1900. Thanks Cliff

20 gallon Red Wing upside down oval

Question:

Hello. I am wondering about the value of this 20 gal upside oval crock. It has a 6 inch wing. One small chip out of the handle, small 1 inch crack above the base on the outside. The markings are pretty strong. Thank you.

Jeb

Answer:  Jeb, Your upside down oval is unusual but they are out there. A 20 like this mint would be a $200 crock add $100 for a upside down oval. A line takes the value down $150-$200. Cliff

North Star Stoneware Company 10 gallon primitive butterfly crock

Question:

Attached you will find a picture of a crock that we have had floating around for a rather long time …. It is my hope that you may be able to tell me if it is an antique or not … if not, my husband wants to use it as a planter.

The dimensions are 15-3/4″ outside by 17″ high.  It appears to be about 20 gallon and I cannot find any stamp on it either side or bottom … the picture is all that I have to go on.  I am not even sure that it is a Red Wing or not.

Thank you for any information you may be able to provide.

Marlene

Answer:

Marlene, you have a North Star Stoneware Company 10 gallon primitive butterfly crock that was produced in Red Wing, MN.  The North Star Company when out of business somewhere around 1893 due to a depression.   It is a very desirable crock among the Red Wing collectors and if in perfect condition, can fetch anywhere between $800 & $1000. So tell your husband to go find another planter!!!!!!  Al Kohlman

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