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We where recently given some crocks as a donation (to be sold) and we are wondering if someone can help us assessing a good sale price for them?
As you can see in the picture we have 6 crocks total and here is a little about each one:
2 Gal lids = a few small chips
3 Gal = some small chips
4 Gal = in good shape
4 Gal lid = cracked and looks to have been glued
(very good job though)
10 Gal = in good shape
10 Gal lid = one dime sized chip on edge
15 Gal = in good shape
15 Gal lid = one 6″ hair line crack on the lid
and chip near the handle
FYI the ones in good shape have no easily apparent chips or cracks
I think they all have original handles as well
Any help you can give on a good sale price for these will help us with the fundraiser we are selling these at. Does selling a crock and the appropriate sized lid raise the overall pricing versus selling them separately?
Thank you greatly for your time and have great day!!!!!!
Brent, your 2 gallon Red Wing crock with small wing, $50 to $60. The 2 gallon Red Wing lids with small chips, $75 each. The 3 gallon crock with 4″ wing & small chips. $75. 4 gallon small wing crock $75 to $80. 4 gallon lid that was cracked and glued together, $20. 6 gallon small wing crock with a number of cracks, $30 to $35. 10 gallon small wing crock $75 to $100 at best. 10 gal crock lid with dime side chip on lid, $100. $15 gallon 4 inch wing crock $150. 15 gallon lid with hairline crack & chip near handle. $50 to $75. Brent it is always better to sell the lids separate from the crocks. Hope this helps. Al Kohlman