Cow & Calf figurine

Question:

I have a cow and calf figurine and would like to know the value. It is in perfect shape with no damage. It is light brown in color. There are no markings on the piece.  It was given to a red wing employee in 1911. A photo is attached.

Thanks for your help, Jim

Answer:

Jim, I think you would have paid about $.90 for this Cow & Calf figurine back in 1911.  With the economy being down, these Cow & Calf figurines have went down in there value.  Still today, in perfect condition, $3000 to $4000.  Nice little gem you have there.    Al Kohlman

3 gallon Red Wing lazy 8 target churn

Question:

Hi,
Can you tell me if this churn is a red wing and what’s its value would be.  It’s in excellent condition with no chips or cracks.

Thanks,

Answer:

Tony, this is a Red Wing churn. The lid is not Red Wing though. An unsigned 3 gallon Red Wing lazy 8 target churn in perfect condition is between $300 & $350 without the lid. Al Kohlman

Red Wing Water Cooler, spigot hole in back

Question:

Hi,

I have what I think is a 4 gallon Red Wing Water Cooler, but it does not say Water Cooler and the spigot hole is on the back side.  It is in perfect condition and has a cobalt 4 on the inside.  So do you think its a water cooler that a mistake was made on or is it something else.  The lid came with it and I would like to know if its a Red Wing lid and what its for. Maybe your opinion on value too.

Thank you very much.

Craig

Answer:

Craig, you have the early Red Wing Water Cooler.  Without the word Water Cooler, it could have been a special order is what I think.  The lid is not a Red Wing lid.  The correct lid would be a button water cooler lid which would have the same type of stripes on it with a molded form of daisy petals surrounding the button handle of the lid.  If your cooler has no damage, I would place the value between $400 & $550.   I realize this is quite a spread, however, your cooler is quite unique which could very well increase its value to the right collector.  Al Kohlman

1 gal bottom signed Minnesota jars

Question:

I am attaching a picture of two preserve/ snuff jars they are both in mint condition have the salt glaze lids and are bottom marked Minnesota stoneware company Red Wing Minnesota I am wondering what the current price range would be for these 1 is a gallon and the other one is a half gallon thanks for your help. Kathie

Answer:

Kathie, the 1 gal bottom signed Minnesota with the somewhat deformed top $40.  The 1/2 gal will be in the $50 range today.  Al Kohlman

Corn Cob decanter A51

Question:

Someone suggested this corn decanter might be Red Wing….would love to know for sure and a possible value….thanks again.  Is the stopper original?

Bob

Answer:

Bob

I think this is Red Wing, the corn decanter, although not marked.  shape A51, and having the stopper is a real bonus, they are hard to find.  value around 3-400 if in great condition.  thanks, steve n rose

Monkey jug

Question:

Hello, again!

I have this gray, stoneware beehive jug (pictured), but I don’t know what is the “generic” name (or type of jug it’s commonly called).  It is 13.5″ high, including the handle.  It has no marks at all, so I don’t know who made it; if you have any idea, I’m willing to listen!  And, of course–any clues as to its value?

Thanks!

 

Answer:

I have not see this type of jug with two spouts.  With one spout, they call it a Monkey jug.  With this being said, I would still call it a Monkey jug even, with the two spouts.  As far as value goes.  With out advertising or a decoration, I would think $30 to $50 or so.  Al Kohlman

 

5 gallon Red Wing Elephant Ear

Question:

Hi,

I would like to get the value of this 5 gallon Red Wing two leaf crock with logo.

Thanks.

Brenda

 

Answer:

Brenda, your 5 gallon Red Wing Elephant Ear crock in perfect condition today,  $125 to $175.  Al Kohlman

Albany slip beehives jug

Question:

I have a large round beehive jug and I am wondering if it is a red wing. I am assuming it is a 5 gal jug but there are no marks or numbers on it.  It is approx 19 inches tall. If it is red wing can you tell me what it is worth?

Sherri

 

Answer:

Sherri, normally there would be a number for the gallon-age  scratched into the tomb of the jug, however, this in not always the case.  I cannot see enough of the jug to say it is Red Wing or not, but lets just say it is.  These unmarked Albany slip beehives if they were in perfect condition, use to sell for around $200 when the economy was good.  Today you would be looking between $150 & $175.  Again for these values it must be perfect (free of any chips, flakes, cracks or hairlines.   Al Kohlman

Gus Jeschke bean pot

Question:

Hi, could you please tell me if this Compliments of Gus Jeschke Bean pot was made by Red Wing and if so what you would value it at?  Thanks,  Mike

Answer:

Mike, your Gus Jeschke bean pot was produced by Red Wing.  In perfect condition with the lid, $90 to $100.  Al Kohlman

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