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This McCoy brown drip vegetable dish is in very good condition. There is one very small crack which was formed when the dish was molded and one spot on the bottom which looks like a glaze pop. The dish measures about 12 1/4" long, 6 3/4" wide and 2 3/4" deep.
In 1967, the Mount Clemens Pottery Company purchased the Nelson McCoy pottery, and it became a subsidiary of Mount Clemens. The first marks used by the new owners did not include the name “McCoy”, even though the name of the pottery was not changed. The USA MCP mark was one of the marks first used by Mount Clemens during 1967. (Quote from the McCoy Pottery Collector's Society website.)
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