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As in any collectible area, some are worth more than others on the secondary market, depending on rarity and condition. Vintage items that people remember from childhood routinely will go for more than items manufactured specifically to be limited editions and auctioned off a couple at a time, partially because the vintage items saw wear and tear, so pieces in prime condition have rarity and wide demand. Manufactured collectibles, in contrast, are saved in perfect condition by collectors and don't have childhood nostalgia of the masses associated with them or receive use, leaving a glut of perfect-condition items to someday arrive on the secondary market. They are often difficult to value with current prices because sales are infrequent due to their small production runs. Disney no longer partners with eBay on auctions or has its own dutch auction site. Auctions were moved to the Disney online shopping site, but no auction information is available on that site either. Props, cells, and actual park memorabilia auctions are typically handled by third-party auctioneers. Values from auction sites can vary widely because of the unpredictability of the audience for each auction. This article is not inclusive of all available Disney cookie jars. Disney Characters Tins Barb Crews Cheinco Disney tins are sought-after collectibles, and prices can range from $20–$40, depending on the venue where tin is being offered. All the favorite classic Disney characters are on the tin pictured, which would probably be one of toward the higher price range. The Disney tins are approximately 9.5 inches tall. All of them have plastic lids, and it is difficult to find a lid in excellent condition, as many of them will have small cracks. Disney Character School Bus Hakes.com All of your favorite characters are aboard for a trip to school in this Dan Brechner Disney School Bus ceramic jar issued in the 1960s. Made in Japan, this jar measures 4.5 by 10.25 by 5.5 inches. Its auction date was September 2010, and its preauction estimate came between $200 and $400. The auction price ended up being $277.82 including 15 percent buyer premium. The condition was overall fine with a 1-inch hairline crack that is not visible. One in 2005 that still included its box sold for the auction house in 2005 for $750. Alice in Wonderland Hake's Americana & Collectibles This Alice in Wonderland jar was manufactured by Regal China in 1951. At 13.5 inches tall, this jar once sold at Hake's Americana & Collectibles Auction for $1,176 including 12 percent buyers premium. Other auction sales in 2015 and 2018 have included one for $575, $600, and $1,000. Aristocats Cookie Jar With Salt and Pepper Shakers Disney Auctions There are 150 of these limited edition Aristocats ceramic jars released in spring/summer of 2006. The size is 9 by 8 inches. The initial auction price at Disney Auctions was $85. Bear in the Big Blue House Barbara Crews Available at Disney Stores in 2000, this talking jar was a part of a cartoon series aimed at the very young. The issue price was approximately $35. Belle and the Beast Cookie Jar Courtesy of Disney Auctions A limited edition, there were 350 Belle and the Beast cookie jars. The size of the jar is 8.5 by 12.5 by 14 inches, and it was released in May 2006 at an initial Disney Auctions price of $55. The current value falls between $125 and $200. The first few times this jar was offered at auction, it went for more than the initial price, even though it was one of Disney's larger limited editions. Disney Castle No. 1 Barbara Crews Celebrating the 40th anniversary of Disneyland, this castle jar was a promotion from Nestle Foods. It is approximately 11 inches high. Although its issue price was around $14.99, its current value is between $25 and $50. The mail-in premium was offered with two UPCs from Nestle's chocolate chips. Disney Castle No. 2 Barbara Crews Offered through the online Disney Store, this very plain jar was available in 2005–2006. The Disney castle delights us all, but this jar fails to convey that joy and happiness. Its issue price was $29.95. Small World Castle Barbara Crews This issue was not the castle that we all think of with the Disney parks but was a good fit with this selection of cookie jars. It was released in 2005–2006 at an issue price of $29.95. At 10.5 inches tall, different children are shown around the base of the jar, and images are not repeated. Disney Parks Castle Jar Castle Jar from Disney Parks. Barbara Crews This large Disney Parks Castle Jar was available at the parks, but it is unclear when it was sold. It is approximately 10.75 inches tall. Smallest Disney Castle Jar Barbara Crews The smallest jar of the castle group, this is the most fun and best-quality cookie jar. Tinkerbell is a small ceramic piece attached to a castle turret, with all the classic characters at the door. It was available only through the park stores. The size is approximately 9 7/8 inches high, and its issue price was $29.95. Cheshire Cat Prototype Disney Auctions The limited edition of 250 Cheshire Cat cookie jars was auctioned off by Disney Auctions and presented by eBay. There were two prototypes of this jar. This is the first one, a pearlized version that was not produced. The second prototype (on display at Disneyland) is closer to the final version. Its size is 7 by 9 by 10.5 inches and the date sold was July 2003. It was valued at $799. Cinderella Cookie Jar Barbara Crews This lovely figural Cinderella jar was sold at Disney Stores in the summer of 2000. Its issue price was $35. 101 Dalmatians No. 1 Barb Crews This adorable 101 Dalmations jar was sold at Disney Stores. It is approximately 11 inches tall, and its issue price was $29.50. 101 Dalmatians No. 2 Disney Auctions There have been several 101 Dalmatians cookie jars, but this is a favorite. It has the feel of the movie with all those cute puppies climbing over Mom and Dad. This limited edition consists of 350 ceramic jars that are sized 8 by 12.25 by 15. Released in spring 2005, its initial Disney Dutch Auction price was $55, and its current value is between $100 and $200. The jar sold for a high of $181 on the Disney Auctions website. Roly Cookie Jar J & V Collectibles/TIAS Roly, one of the 101 Dalmatians, was a jar produced by Treasure Craft in the mid-1990s. The large jar is heavy and well made. Its issue price was $35 to $40, and its current value is $15. Donald Duck Turnabout, Reproduction Barbara Crews This is a reproduction, fake cookie jar when seen marked with McCoy. McCoy did not make this or any other Donald Duck cookie jar. It is approximately 12.5 inches tall and valued at $25. There is an authentic jar made in this same design, but the jar is larger. Also, the authentic jar is cold-painted and is not usually found with full paint, valued at $75, based on a 2015 auction result. Donald Duck From Cheinco Barbara Crews The Disney tins made by the Chein Company (Cheinco) are approximately 9.5 inches tall. All the tins have plastic lids, and it can be difficult to find a lid in good condition. Many times the lid will have small cracks. Cheinco Disney tins are sought-after collectibles, and prices can range from $20–$40, depending on the condition and venue where the tin is being offered for sale. Donald Duck on Pumpkin Barbara Crews The Donald Duck on Pumpkin cookie jar produced by California Originals was released in the 1970s. At 12.25 inches tall, the current value for this jar is around $100. Donald Duck Hoan Barbara Crews This jar and the Mickey Baker jar were sold and imported by Hoan, Ltd. The jars are made in Taiwan and are very lightweight with easily flaking cold paint. The size is approximately 12.5 inches. The current value is between $10 and $50. American Bisque Barbara Crews The jar is pictured in "American Bisque Collector's Guide" by Giacomini. This 12.5-inch tall jar made by American Bisque was finished in several ways: airbrushed, cold painted, and glazed as shown. It has been valued at $150 to $250 but saw a 2018 auction sale for $25. Donald Duck Sitting Barbara Crews Made by Treasure Craft, this approximately 14-inch jar released in the 1990s is currently valued around $50. Donald Duck Store Exclusive Barbara Crews This Disney Store exclusive initially sold for $35 when it first came out in 2000. Now, it is valued between $20–$50. Donald Duck Bust Barbara Crews Released in the late 1990s, this Donald Duck bust cookie jar made by Treasure Craft is approximately 13 inches tall. It is also valued between $25–50. Donald Duck With Chipmunks Disney Auctions A Disney scene comes to life with this jar of Donald along with Chip and Dale taking a train ride. Released in spring 2006, there are 350 of these ceramic, limited edition jars. The initial auction price was $65. Its size is 5.5 by 12 by 12.25 inches. Dopey/Grumpy Prototype Disney Auctions Disney Auctions occasionally offered prototypes of the limited edition cookie jars, before the edition was released. Such was the case of the Disney Grumpy and Dopey cookie jar. The jar pictures Grumpy pushing a mining car as Dopey grins from the pile of cookies. The limited edition run of 250 jars were sold in July 2003. Because the item pictured here is a prototype, this may differ somewhat from the final production jar. This jar is 7.5 by 11/75 by 12.75 inches and made of ceramic. Its auction price reached $455. Dumbo Treasure Craft Rich Clark, Cookiejars.net This jar depicting Dumbo sporting his signature wide-eyed look is valued between $25–$50. It was made by Treasure Craft and is about 12 inches high. Dumbo With Timothy Barbara Crews This Dumbo With Timothy jar was sold at Disney Stores. It was made in the mid-1990s and currently sells for between $25–$35. Dumbo Turnabout Jars Nancy Allen This original jar distributed by Leeds China Company was made in the 1940s. It is 14 inches tall and features a cold-painted finish. Its value varies, depending on the paint condition. Replicas were also made of this popular jar. Available at the Disney online store, there was a limited edition of 1,000 of these jars. The height is 1 inch shorter, and the issue price was $69.96. Dumbo Jar From California Originals Dropzone439 -- eBay Seller This California Originals jar is marked "Walt Disney Prod. U.S.A. 969." Released in the 1960s or 1970s, its value is $350. Dumbo LE Cookie Jar Barbara Crews This Dumbo cookie jar was released in 2006 as a part of a limited edition. There are 250 of these ceramic 7 by 11 by 12.5 jars. Its initial Disney Auctions value was $70. Christmas Package Jar Barbara Crews This jar combined four classic Disney characters—Dumbo, Dopey, Mickey Mouse, and Pinocchio—all peeking out of a wrapped Christmas package. Once available in Disney catalogs and the Disney online store, this extremely heavy, 11-inch tall jar values between $20–$50. Evil Queen on Throne Cookie Jar Disney Auctions Would anyone dare steal cookies from this jar? A limited edition, there were 150 of these ceramic jars. It was released in spring/summer 2006 at an initial Disney Auctions price of $75. The size is 6.5 by 7.25 by 13 inches. Lady and the Tramp Disney Auctions An adorable ceramic jar from the movie "Lady and the Tramp," this was a limited edition, with 350 jars available, released in the spring and summer of 2006. Its dimensions are 7 by 10 by 11 inches. The initial price was $70. The Incredibles Barbara Crews Disney offered two different Incredibles jars in fall 2004. A figural jar was available through Disney Stores online, and this jar was available in the stores. The two jars are similar in colors and design. This 8-inch tall jar had an issue price of $34.50. Its sells for about $20. Mickey in Car Cookie Jar Barbara Crews During the holiday season, Wal-Mart typically offers cookie jars for sale. The licensed jars are usually on the smaller side, which makes them affordable enough to be sold at Wal-Mart. This jar came partially shrink-wrapped and had a small package of cookies inside. Issued in fall 2002, this approximately 10-inch high Mickey jar initially sold for $12.97. It can be found online with sale prices anywhere from $15–75 in late 2018. Firefighter Mickey Mouse Barbara Crews This jar was one of the seasonal jars offered by Wal-Mart in fall 2003, and its issue price was $16. The manufacturer was Zaks. Three Patriots Liberty Bell Disney Auctions There were 150 of these limited edition Three Patriots Liberty Bell jars. The dimensions are 11 inches tall with a 9.5-inch diameter at the base. Released in June 2006, the initial auction price was $75. Mickey and Minnie Oven Jar Barbara Crews This cute Mickey and Minnie jar has a clear plastic door to let you see what's "baking" inside. This Disney Store exclusive was issued in summer 2001 at a price of $35. Mickey on Drum Bill Correll This Mickey on Drum jar was produced by California Originals. It is 11.75 inches tall and sells for between $200 and $250. Mickey Mouse Birthday Cake Barbara Crews Although this jar has been at times attributed to California Originals, as you can see by the sticker that it was made in Japan. The jar is also lightweight, not a trait of California Original Jars. The Mickey Birthday cake jar was made the year Mickey turned 50 years old. Its issue price was $14.99. Its issue date was in 1978 and it was sold by Sears and Roebuck & Co. Mary Poppins Penguin Sample Disney Auctions This is a sample white jar from a Disney Auctions item. The actual jar was glazed in appropriate colors. The ceramic jar had an auction date of January 2005 at the price of $194.50. Donald Duck Bakes Cookies Barbara Crews This was the first limited edition jar issued by Disney Auctions and is one of the hardest to find. There are 250 of these ceramic, 13.25-inch tall jars. Its issue price was between $55 and $65. Evil Fairy Maleficient Jar Disney Auctions The double-sided jar shows Maleficent's transformation into a dragon on the reverse side. Maleficent was in the 1959 feature Sleeping Beauty. There are 350 of these limited edition jars, and it was released in spring 2004. Made of ceramic, its dimensions are 9 by 10 by 14 inches. Its initial Disney Auctions price was $70. Mickey and Donald Trailer Cookie Jar With Salt & Pepper Shakers Courtesy of Disney Auctions There are 150 of these limited edition Mickey and Donald Trailer ceramic cookie jars. Its dimensions are 6.25 by 7 by 10.5 inches, and it was released in spring/summer 2006. Its initial Disney Auctions price was $85. Roger Rabbit and Jessica Disney Auctions There are 350 limited edition Roger Rabbit and Jessica ceramic jars. Released in fall 2005, its dimensions are 7 by 8.75 by 12 inches. The initial Disney Auctions price was $55. Mrs. Potts and Chip Disney Auctions Lots of gold trim and a cute expression make this Mrs. Potts cookie jar more special than the older version from Treasure Craft. This limited edition ceramics jar was released in spring 2005. Its dimensions are 10.5 by 10.75 by 12.5 inches. There were 350 jars available. The initial Disney Auctions price was $55. The prototype sold for $344.76, and a white prototype sold for $105. The jar had sold for as high as $227 on the Disney Auctions site, making it another jar that has sold for more than double the initial price a year after initial release. In late 2018, one sold for $475, though more sales would be needed to establish this as a current value. Magic Tea Party Jar Barb Crews This 10-inch high by 11-inch wide ceramic jar was available online through Disney Direct. Its issue price was approximately $35. Captain Hook/Peter Pan Disney Auctions Finally a jar of Peter Pan and Captain Hook! A limited edition, there were 350 of these 13-by-14-inch ceramic jars, which were released in 2004. Its issue price was $55 to $65. Pluto Cookie Jar Disney Auctions This limited edition Pluto cookie jar was released by Disney Auctions in 2005/2006, with an initial auction price of $65. Its dimensions are 10.25 by 11 by 11.25 inches. There were 250 of these jars. Thumper/Flower Jar Disney Auctions This cute Thumper and Flower jar is a part of a limited edition of 350 jars, sized 7.75 by 10.75 by 12.75 inches. It was released in 2005/2006 with an initial Disney Auctions price of $65. Stitch Beach Jar Disney Auctions This unusual jar has several parts, a detachable pair of sunglasses and an umbrella drink that attaches with Velcro. It was a limited edition of 350 jars. The materials are ceramic, resin, and plastic, and the dimensions are 10.75 by 11.75 by 12 inches. Released in 2005/2006, the initial Disney Auctions price was $70. Stitch LE Halloween Jar Disney Auctions Stitch's goal is to scare the little ones away from the cookies! Released in fall 2005, this limited edition of 350 ceramic jars had an initial Disney Auctions price of $65. The dimensions are 12 by 8.5 inches. Christmas Character Sleigh Barbara Crews Check out this cookie jar that includes many of Disney's popular characters including Snow White, Winnie the Pooh, Dumbo, Dopey, Mickey, and Minnie. This Disney Store exclusive was released in 2004 at an issue price of $34.50. Three Little Pigs Disney Auctions The three little pigs are standing in front of a house in this limited edition jar. There were 350 made and released in May 2006. The size is 9 by 10 by 10 inches, and the initial auction price by Disney Auctions was $65. Chef Tigger Cookie Jar Disney Auctions Chef Tigger cooks up a storm! A limited edition, there are 250 of these ceramic jars. The dimensions are 7 by 10 by 10.75 inches. The initial Disney Auctions price was $65. Tinkerbell Limited Edition Disney Auctions This limited edition Tinkerbell jar was released in March 2005. There were 350 of these jars, which are sized 10.25 by 11 by 13.5 inches. The initial Disney Auctions price was $55, and the current value is $100. Uncle Scrooge Cookie Jar Disney Auctions The first jar of Uncle Scrooge to come along in years had a perfect pose! A limited edition of 250 jars, this Uncle Scrooge cookie jar is made of ceramic and is 6.5 by 11.25 by 12 inches. It was released in spring 2006 at an initial Disney Auctions price: of $85. One sold in late 2018 for $250 in an auction. Pooh Treehouses Barbara Crews The jar on the left is the Danaware treehouse. It's not very detailed, and colors are washed out. The jar was available in Canada, with a "Made in Thailand" mark on the base. The jar on the right is the Mr. Sanders treehouse. The difference between the two treehouses jars is dramatic. This jar was available in selected Disney Stores in the 1990s and is extremely difficult to find. Pooh Kitchen Table Barbara Crews This jar is another one in an apparent series of Pooh doing "something" or in a scene. It's nicely detailed and colorful. Available in Disney Stores, this jar was released in spring 2000 at an issue price of $35. Now, it is valued between $35–$50. Pooh Sweete Shop Barbara Crews Disney jars are always well made and painted nicely. Although it might have been by design, this jar appears to be the exception. Most of the jar looks great, but the purplish part is "smeary." It was available at Disney Stores beginning in spring 2004 and is currently valued around $50. Pooh Easter Egg Jars Barbara Crews These two jars are sold in the Disney Stores. The jar on the left was made in 1999, and the jar on the right was made and sold in 1998. The issue price on both jars was around $30. Pooh's Cupboard Barbara Crews Released in fall 1999, this Pooh Bear cookie jar was sold at Disney Stores and is valued between $20 and $50. Pooh's Halloween Cart Barbara Crews This interactive Pooh's Halloween jar makes noise when the lid is picked up. Sold in Disney Stores, this 12-inch jar was released in fall 2000 at an issue price of $45. Talking Tigger Barbara Crews Roo shares the spotlight with Tigger on this jar. Lift the lid and the jar talks! First, you'll hear the trademark Tigger chuckle, and then Tigger says "Tiggers love cookies." Next Roo chimes in, "Roos love cookies too." Released in winter/spring 2001 at an issue price of $45, it is still valued around $50. Pooh Spooky Halloween Tree Barbara Crews Another Pooh Halloween-themed cookie jar, this one was sold in Disney Stores and was released in fall 1999. Its issue price was $35. Singapore/Canadian Poohs Barbara Crews The Pooh head jar was sold/available in Singapore. The Pooh full-figured jar is a Danawares Jar from Canada. Pooh Danaware Crock Barbara Crews The Danawares crock jar has several different figures around the base. Tigger, Piglet, and Pooh are shown in fun poses. Pooh Crock Barbara Crews The Treasure Craft crock is all Pooh around the jar. He's looking inside a honey pot, sticking his head in the honey pot, and more poses as shown. Simply Pooh/Classic Pooh Barbara Crews These are two more Pooh jars that were available in the late 1990s. Simply Pooh, on the left, was available at the Disney Stores in the fall of 1997. The jar on the right is called Classic Pooh and was made by Treasure Craft. More Poohs Barbara Crews The jar on the left was available in the Disney Stores in the mid-1990s, and the mark is "Made in Mexico" on the base. The jar on the right has "Made in China" on its base and was available in Canada. Pooh: Treasure Craft Trasure Craft Poohs What's Cooking Pooh? and Pooh & Piglet are both Treasure Craft jars. Both jars show "Made in China" or "China" on the base. Pooh with Bumble Bee Barbara Crews This cute Pooh was sold in 1998. Companion jars of Eeyore and Tigger were also available. It can sell anywhere from $10 to $50. Wizard Pooh Barbara Crews Pooh is dressed as a wizard for this whimsical jar. It was sold in U.K. Disney Stores and was released in 2003. The size is approximately 11.5 inches tall. The issue price was £16. ($24 U.S.). Pooh: Sitting Magic Barbara Crews Sold in Disney U.K. Stores, this Pooh cookie jar was released in 2001 or 2002 at an issue price of £19.99 ($34 U.S.). It is approximately 12 inches tall. Pooh Halloween Crock Barbara Crews Sold in Disney U.K. Stores, this Halloween-themed Pooh Bear cookie jar was released between 2000–2002. It's approximately 12 inches tall, and its original issue price was £19.99 ($34 U.S.). Tigger and Pooh Barbara Crews Sold in Wal-Mart, this Tigger and Pooh cookie jar manufactured by Zak was released in fall 2003 with an issue price of $16. Pooh Pumpkin Jar Barbara Crews Both this cookie and candy jar were sold in Disney Stores. It was released in 1998 at an issue price of $25. Pooh With Christmas Tree Barbara Crews This Pooh cookie jar is a good one to break out during the Christmas season. A Disney Store Exclusive, this jar was issued in fall 1999 at an issue price of around $30. California Originals Tigger Jimmy Bennett One of the classic jars from California Originals, this Tigger jar was sold at Sears & Roebuck in the 1970s. At 12 inches tall, this jar has sold at the end of 2018 for $10 to $30 though at one point it was valued at $175–$275. Watch for variations in paint, chips, and crazing. Eeyore and Milk Disney Shopping Poor sad Eeyore is a favorite Pooh character, but he looks a little overwhelmed with this huge glass of milk! Sold on Disney online, this 9.5 by 8–inch jar designed by Disney Store Europe was issued in 2009 at a price of $39.95. Eeyore With Rose Disney Shopping It's often hard to differentiate one Eeyore jar from another, especially since Disney calls them all by the same name, Eeyore. This jar, as you can tell from the picture, depicts Eeyore with a rose. Sold on Disney online, this 10-inch tall jar was issued in spring 2007 at a price of $34.95. One sold in late 2018 for $200. Mickey Mouse With Cookie Jar Disney Shopping Mickey is trying to sneak out a cookie from this jar. Sold by Disney online, the issue date was spring 2007 and the issue price $34.95. Minnie Mouse With Flowers Disney Shopping Issued in spring 2007 at a price of $34.95, this 11-inch tall jar was sold by Disney online. Pooh Courtesy of Disney Shopping This classic Pooh jar was sold on Disney online. Issued in spring 2007 at a price of $34.95, this cookie jar stands at 11 inches tall. Tigger Disney Shopping Tigger loves cookies but apparently is especially fond of chocolate chips! Sold on Disney online, this 11-inch tall jar was issued in spring 2007 at a price of $34.95. Cinderella's Coach Disney Shopping Online The Cinderella's carriage jar is a perfect addition to your fairy tale collection. Cinderella and Prince Charming are on one side of the jar, with Gus, Jaq, and Fairy Godmother on the other side. It is 11.5 inches tall, and the issue price was $34.95. Ratatouille Emilie Disney Shopping Online Emilie from the movie "Ratatouille" is a fun jar for your collection. It's a mouse from Disney but not Mickey! The jar was sold by Disney online. It is 10.5 inches tall, and the issue price was $39.95. One sold in late 2018 for almost $75. Nightmare Before Christmas Barb Crews This item is believed to be the second "Nightmare Before Christmas" jar available; the first was the Treasure Craft tombstone jar. These pictures show all four sides of the jar. Available at Suncoast Video Stores, the 11.25-inch tall jar had an issue price of $45. Classic Disney Characters Tin Barb Crews Classic Mickey, Donald, and Pluto characters adorn this Cheinco tin. This tin is shown on the 1974 Cheinco catalog sheet. The Disney tins are approximately 9.5 inches tall. All of the tins have plastic lids, making it difficult to find a lid in good condition, as many of them will have small cracks, if the lid is present at all. Cheinco Disney tins are sought-after collectibles and prices can range from $20–$40, depending on the venue where the tin is being offered. Happy Birthday Mickey Tin Barb Crews Made to celebrate Mickey's 50th birthday, these Cheinco Disney tins are approximately 9.5 inches tall. All of the tins have plastic lids, and it is difficult to find a lid in good condition. Mickey Mouse Club Tin Barb Crews The colors are slightly different, but this tin can be seen in the 1974 Cheinco catalog sheet. The Disney tins are approximately 9.5 inches tall. All of the tins have plastic lids, and the mark on each Disney tin is the same (shown). Cheinco Disney tins are sought-after collectibles and prices can range from $20–$40, depending on the venue where the tin is being offered. Shaw Dumbo on Drum Hake's Americana & Collectibles There are several Dumbo jars in a similar pose, with Dumbo on a drum, but this is one of the rarer pieces. From Hakes, this is among the rarest of Disney cookie jars. It is pictured in "Disneyana Collectors Guide to California Pottery" by Frick & Hodge, but because of its rarity, it is listed without a value. From the Bruce Cervon Collection, this jar is 9.5 inches tall. Its pre-auction estimate was $2,000–$5,000, and its auction price was $862.50 in 2010. Regarding this item's condition, some red cold paint was missing and there was some crazing.