Antique Yellowware Prices

Want to get an idea of antique yellowware prices back in the day? Here is an except of the January 1, 1900 Standard Revised Price List for The D. E. McNicol Pottery Co. of East Liverpool, Ohio.
Photo of McNicol Price List
Bowls.
Round rim, turned and banded.

42s, diameter 4 1/2-inch …………..$ .35
36s, diameter 5 1/4-inch …………… .40
30s, diameter 6-inch ……………….. .50
24s, diameter 6 3/8-inch …………… .60
18s, diameter 7 3/4-inch ………….. 1.10
12s, diameter 8 1/2-inch ………….. 1.50
9s, diameter 10 1/4-inch ………….. 2.00
6s, diameter 11 1/4-inch ………….. 3.00
4s, diameter 12 1/2-inch ………….. 4.25
3s, diameter 13 1/2-inch ………….. 5.75
2s, diameter 14 1/2-inch ………….. 8.00
1s, diameter 15 1/2-inch ………… 12.00

So… Would you have purchased some pieces back then? Would you have used them in the kitchen on a regular basis?

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