12 gallon Red Wing double leaf salt, Klondike chicken waterer

Question:

I would  appreciate your help in identifying for me and letting me know the value of.  The 15 gal has a crack going down the front and the red wing chicken feeder is missing the bottom plate.  Many thanks!

Answer:

The 12 gallon Red Wing double leaf with the crack in front would have a value in the area of $400 to $500.  The Red Wing Klondike advertising chicken bell feeder without the base, $275 to $300.   Al Kohlman

5 gallon triple leaf, drop 8 with quotes, leaf; 6 gallon leaf, butterfly, rib cage; 20 gallon butterfly; 15 drop 8 with quotes

Question:

Hello,

I have recently inherited several crocks and as wondering if you could tell me what they are worth.  They are all in good condition with no fractures.  Thank-you for your time.  I have attached the photos.

Ellyn

Answer:

Ellyn, your (1) Red Wing 5 gallon salt glazed leaf crock as quite a stain issue that will affect it’s value.  $200 to $225 at best.  The  (3) 5 gallon drop 8 with quotations $350 to $400.  The (4) 6 gallon leaf crock, $350 to $400,  The (5) 5 gallon triple leaf “Wow” $3500 to $4500. The (6)  6 gallon Butterfly has a stain issue $400 to $450. The (7) 20 gallon front stamped butterfly, (the butterfly is somewhat weak)  $1200 to $1300, An (9) 6 gallon rib cage crock has stain issues $300 to $350.  Lastly, (10) 15 gallon drop 8 with quotations, $1000.  Hope this is helpful. Al Kohlman

4 gallon Red Wing butter churn

Question:

Dear Al,

Can you tell us what this is worth we are selling it for our charity. It is in perfect condition but has no lid or dasher. What year was it made?

Thank you,

Len

Answer:

Len, your 4 gallon Red Wing butter churn without the lid and if in perfect condition, the value is in the area of $150 to $175.  Al Kohlman

Red Wing 5 gallon self draining jar

Question: Hello,  I am interested in learning more about this RW Water Filter and lid that I recently purchased at a small antiques shop in NC.  I have tried to locate similar pieces online with no luck.  Any help would be greatly appreciated!  Thanks – April

Answer:

April, you have a Red Wing 5 gallon self draining jar.  These were used in Hardware Stores, Chemical plants or Dairies to dispense products.   The self draining jar by itself has a value between $100 & $125.  The lid with the hairline.  $40 or so.   Hope this helps.  Al Kohlman

Red Wing Success Filter, top portion

Question: Hello,

We picked this fabulous piece up at an antique store in Tucson, Arizona, and are wondering what it’s worth.  We believe it is the middle piece of a 10-gallon hotel-sized Success Filter.  It has a 15″ diameter and stands almost 17″ tall.  It has no cracks or chips.  The instructions to clean the filter blocks on the back of the piece are very legible.  We think we found a real gem and hope you can confirm.

Many thanks,

Michael

Answer:

Michael, you do indeed have a part of a Red Wing Success Filter.  It is the top.  A complete Success Filter will have a bottom, top & lid. Most of these Success filters you see are 4 gallons.  The tough part of this one is finding the matching bottom.   Value on just your top is $275 to $300.  When you have a completed Success Filter, they are quite impressive.  Nice find.  Al Kohlman

3 gallon Red Wing butter churn

Question:

Can you tell me how much this crock is valued at?

Thank you

Holly

Answer:

Holly, if your 3 gallon Red Wing butter churn is in perfect condition, the value is between $150 & $175.   Al Kohlman

3 gallon salt glazed crock with a Lazy 8 target design

Question:

Hello,

I have a 2 gal salt glazed crock that was my grandmothers, I’m sure it is from the red wing era.

Would like to find out what the design is on it, i think it is called a crazy 8 or something like it.

Could you help with the authenticity and some kind of value on it.

Many thanks,

Pete

 

Answer:

Pete, you have a 3 gallon salt glazed crock with a Lazy 8 target design.  Value on these if in perfect condition is $125 to $140.  Al Kohlman

5 gallon Birch Leaf Churn produced by Fort Dodge for Red Wing

Question:

I am wondering if this is Red Wing?  If it is the value of it.  Does have a hair line crack and chips on the lid.  Three pictures are attached.  Thanks. Beth

 

Answer:

Beth, it is a Fort Dodge piece which was produced by Red Wing.  With the hairline and chips on the lid, the value would be around $75 to $100.  Al Kohlman

2 gallon reverse Red Wing crock

Question:

I have this unusual piece of pottery, one with a black oval, and one that has the wing and oval inverted.  Attached are photo. What can you tell me about it. Jim

 

Answer:

Jim, the first 2 gallon Red Wing crock is call the reverse oval.  Value on these in perfect condition is $75 to $90.  The other 2 gallon crock with large oval & in black ink has a value about the same as the reverse oval.  $75 to $90.  You just need to find that 2 gallon collector who is missing these pieces.  Al Kohlman

Red Wing 15 gal crock

Question:

Dear RedWing Collectors,

I would greatly appreciate if you could help me out as to the
antiqueness  of my 15gl crock. If you could help me with an estimate
of the value of my crock and lid as well.

Both the crock and lid  seem to be in very good condition.

Enclosed are 4 pictures of my crock and  lid.

Thank you for your time.

Josie.

 

Answer: Josie, your Red Wing 15 gal crock in perfect condition has a value between $100 & $125.  The lid is not Red Wing  and therefore I have no information on its value.  Al Kohlman

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