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Id Frankoma Pitcher

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You're going to have to provide a picture.

If you can't do that, at least try looking on ebay for 'frankoma pitcher' (without the quotes) to see if you can find yours. Or pick up one of the books in the library. Or look on the bottom of the pitcher to see if there's a number stamped in it.

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You're going to have to provide a picture.

If you can't do that, at least try looking on ebay for 'frankoma pitcher' (without the quotes) to see if you can find yours. Or pick up one of the books in the library. Or look on the bottom of the pitcher to see if there's a number stamped in it.

There is a number 80 impressed on the bottom. How can I attached a picture?

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There is a number 80 impressed on the bottom. How can I attached a picture?

With the mold number, you don't need a picture. That's a standard 2 quart pitcher sold from 1936 on. Schaum's book lists the value as $15-25 in Sapulpa clay, $30-40 in Ada clay, and $85-100 if it has the Normal mark. White sand is not a rare enough color to affect the value significantly.

To attach a picture, you need to first get the picture on the web via any one of a zillion methods. Then, when you click on 'respond', select the icon for 'attach picture' and enter the URL of your picture.

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