Compare authentic jars, produced by the old companies, with both fakes that are many times meant to deceive and with reproduction look-a-likes that are well-marked, made by legitimate companies.
Although the majority of fake cookie jars are marked McCoy, there are numerous other fakes out there. Including, but not limited to, copies of Shawnee, Treasure Craft, Hull, and RRP jars, as well as pottery pieces.
McCoy is used most often because it was one of the most prolific cookie jar companies in the U.S. So many jars were made that many people don't even think about the other companies when they find a jar and list it for sale with the wrong name. And since it was such a popular company, the name is also used to trick would-be buyers.
Cookie Jar collecting is a fun hobby and with thousands of authentic jars available to purchase there is no reason to buy a fake jar that is meant to deceive. Get the real thing!
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