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    Posted 11 years ago

    frankiesgo…
    (4 items)

    there is absolutly no other marking on the crock.This is very heavy it weights in at 97 pounds most newer crocks weight in around 85 pounds of the same size.

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    1. tna328, 11 years ago
      well the 20 stamp stands for 20 gallon, so this piece is probably pretty big, from the stamp it looks like a crock done by f.b norton and co. from worchestor, mass. if this is an f.b. norton it could bring from 700$ to 2000$ with the right buyer. there was a much heavier market for these years back but still a great piece.
    2. jjmj1234 jjmj1234, 11 years ago
      i have a similar one with the #6 on it with no other markings.
    3. Tracy44, 10 years ago
      I have a 30 crock like this, but mine has handles on the sides that are part of the crock built in. The 20 and 30 are harder to find. I am looking to find the value on mine as well. It is 9" wide, 27" tall, and 5' and 5 " around the base.
      Thank you
    4. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 10 years ago
      @Tracy44, your numbers still don't make sense, Please do the math !
    5. Tracy44, 10 years ago
      My mistake pop..check it again.
    6. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 10 years ago
      Much better now, still don't know about value ------but I DO know math ! Glad I could help.
    7. tommy1002 tommy1002, 10 years ago
      In Fort Edward, NY there were a few companies that made these crocks waaaaayyyyyyyyy back when

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