Q: My old cookie jar is marked “JC, NAPCO, 1957.” It’s shaped like a blond princess wearing a yellow, green and white gown. Can you identify it for me?
A: You have a Cinderella cookie jar made by National Potteries Corp. (NAPCO) of Cleveland. The 1957 mark indicates the year the cookie jar was made. It would sell today for $100 to $200, depending on its condition.
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