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    Frog Planters
Although widely labeled as Brush-McCoy in antique malls, these frogs could be copies from a different pottery. Only the mulitcolor ones as shown below are known to be Brush.
      Reclining Frog Figurine
Ref. 2, pg. 60, mold #C503, 1953
      Frog Figurine, Flower Frog, and Planter
1. Ref. 2, pg. 60, mold #486D
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3. Ref. 2, pg. 60, mold#486D
      Frog Ash Tray
Ref. 2, pg. 44, mold #042, 1940's
      Turtle Figurine
Ref. 1, pg. 102, mold #487, 1933-1981
      Horse Planter
Ref. 1, pg. 112 & 115, mold #J10, 1979
     

Penguin with Igloo Planter
Ref. 2, pg. 45, mold #332A, 1950's

      Mini Pelican
Ref. 1, pg. 105, 1939
      Turtle Planters
Ref. 1, pg. 104, mold #205 (male), 1940's
      Mini Donkey Planter
Ref. 1, pg. 105, 1939
      Ferdinand the Bull Planter
Ref. 1, pg. 112, mold #139
      Twin Swan Planter
Ref. 1, pg. 113, Mold #130, 1941
      Swan Planter
Ref. 1, pg. 107, 1950's
 


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References:
1. Sanford, The Guide to Brush-McCoy Pottery
2. Sanford, Sanford's Guide to Brush-McCoy Pottery, Vol. II
3. Huxford, The Collector's Encyclopedia of Brush-McCoy Pottery