It seems that everyone wants to know just how many cookie jars other collectors have. If you're a new collector starting out and are trying to figure out the space problem, the question of how many jars can people really have is something you've most likely wondered.
New collectors also want to know just where are those jars found and how much should they pay?
Take the polls and find out where you rank with the other cookie jar collectors.
Over 1400 votes have been cast so far, have you cast your number? And where do you fit amongst the rest of the jar collectors. Find out when you take the poll.
Does an online auction reserve stop you from bidding? I was surprised at how strongly people felt about this issue. What do you think?
Once you go over that 50 - 75 mark in cookie jars, those boxes can be quite a hassle to deal with. If you're thinking about re-selling the jars later, having the original boxes always helps, but is it worth it to you?
What's your threshold of pain for an antique or vintage jar? This results in this poll are more evenly divided than any poll in the cookie jar series. Vote your limit!
What's your threshold of pain for a brand new jar direct from the company or store? Although there was not a great deal of variance on this poll, there was one clear limit that most folks are willing to spend.
Auctions, shows, flea markets or ?? Find out where most of the folks find and buy their jars.
And last but not least, the Sniping poll. Are you an auction sniper or would you like to tar and feather the last guy that took a jar away from you?