We are in need of your help in identifying and giving us value estimate of several pieces of McCoy pottery. There may be as much as 100 pottery pieces involved, but they may not be all McCoy. What is this
Answer:Your Frog is by the Brush Pottery Company, often confused with McCoy. There were numerous sizes of frogs that were made from tiny to extra large, many styles.
It's very difficult to give a price on pottery in today's world, It varies along with everything else in the economy. The value would also vary per the size of the frog.
Since you have so many things you want information on I suggest the McCoy Reference books by Hanson/Nissen/Hanson or the one by Steve and Martha Sanford. Also, sold items on ebay is an excellent way to determine values.