2 gallon large win no oval

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I have three pieces that I am curious about- first is a beater jar with advertising (Nashua, Iowa) with the original beater lid. Also, a Number 2 jar- no chips. Also a number 10 jar- with original handles. There is a small crack in the bottom on the jar- but it does not go all the way through the crock.
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Crock Sizes and Wing

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Just need to know all the sizes of redwing crocks and is it true that the bigger the wing the more value is? We have a collection started but want to make sure we know all the sizes (gallens), We now have 2,5,8,10.12,15, Thank you. Have a great day, Ken and Michele

 

 

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12 gallon Red Wing Crock

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I just have been given a 12 ga; Red Wing with the Union circle on the top – red wing in the middle and a 6 gal with the union circle on the bottom. They are both in perfect condition. No lids however. What is the approx value Jeanne
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Water Cooler with stripes

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I appreciate your time and knowledge to help estimate the Red Wings. I wish I would have been aware of your website 10 years ago when I went hog wild with the Redwing pottery mission. I thought because I lived in Minnesota that everything was Red Wing, now I am finding not. When I found a piece I liked I paid $$$ for them and now I find if they had a scratch or a chip there not worth much. Here is a cooler I would like estimated with lid, I’m not sure the lid belongs with this? And the worth? Thank you again for your time. Mel
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25 gallon large wing crock

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Can you tell me the year this pot was manufactured and the possible resale value? It is a Redwing 25 crock, 20" in diameter and 24.5" tall. There is no lid. Fair condition: one hairline crack on left side, approx. 12" from top to midway down crock. Picture is attached. Thanks very much! Deane
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5 gallon butter churn with birch leaves

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hello, i have a tall red wing stoneware piece. It has a number "5" on it and measures 17 inches tall, 10 inches in diameter. it also has two leaves stenciled towards the bottom i was told it was a butter churn and came from a farm in wisconsin. the top had been broken and discarded years ago, so it’s just the bottle portion. i don’t currently have pictures, but there are no cracks, chips or major wear. does this have some value?? thanks in advance ryan
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