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The Library is a collection of antique, collectible, vintage, repurposed and other resources from around the Internet that are grouped together alphabetically by subject.

China, Pottery & Dinnerware
This category contains websites the cover antique and collectible china, pottery, dinnerware and other fired ceramic wares that contain clay. Some of the major makers, styles and regions, including British (Royal Doulton, Royal Albert, Spode, Wedgwood, Royal Worcester, Johnson Brothers), Japanese (Noritake), German (Meissen, which is sometimes referred to, inaccurately, as Dresden china), French (Limoges, Haviland), Danish (Royal Copenhagen), and American (stoneware, Fiesta, Franciscan, Lenox, Red Wing).

Kovels - Pottery & Porcelain Marks
You can look for your mark by shape or you can use the mark search box. To scan by shape, you can look at your mark and determine the most likely shape category listed within the page such as crowns, shields, birds, etc. Or if your mark is a word or initial look for it in one of the "words & initials" sections.

McCoy Pottery Collectors Society
A non-profit organization made up of McCoy Collectors from all across the US and Canada. The society promotes and enhances the study of McCoy Pottery for the advancement of knowledge relating to all facets of the pottery. It provides assistance and support for all investigators and collectors of this pottery. The society fosters high ethical standards in all activities related to the buying, selling, or trading of McCoy Pottery.

Red Wing Collectors Society
The offical site where you will gain knowledge of the products made by Red Wing throughout the Pottery’s nearly century of production. The RWCS holds the prestige of being in existence longer than most collecting organization and in having the largest membership. This organization is devoted to keeping the Red Wing legacy alive. We thrive on continually learning about the pottery products made in Red Wing Minnesota and on making that information available to others.