My son and I just completed working spring cleaning up and cutting grass for a elderly lady in Chisago County.
As payment she gave my son his 1st piece of Red Wing which is a 2 gallon crock and she gave me a bean pot.
The Two gallon Crock is Red Wing salt glaze double P and is marked on bottom Minnesota Stoneware Co Red Wing.
No Cracks, and the only flake chip can be seen on bottom right.
The bean pot 8.5 inches in diameter and is in perfect condition, no cracks nor chips.
The bean pot has an advertising inside, and says “Your Beans are Good our bargains are better, Scandia Mercantile Company”.
The bean pot has lid and there are no cracks, chips or flakes.
What do you think the estimated value of both pieces?
Thanks. Scott & Bryce
Scott, & Bryce, it looks like you were paid quite well. The Red Wing salt glaze bottom signed 2 gallon crock has a value between $140 & $160 in the condition you described.
The second piece is not a bean pot. It is a Red Wing advertising casserole. In perfect condition with the lid and advertising, the value is between $100 & $120. Al Kohlman