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Newsletter 104 - Dec 1996
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|2||Editorial, Obituary and Stop Press|
|4||Chinese Export Porcelain Original & English Blue Painted Replicas: The Stag Pattern||Anthony Bunce|
|6||Update on Caughley Reeded Wares||John S. W Brierley|
|9||"The Ladv with Parasol" Pattern||Howard Mumford|
|10||Enoch Wood - "From a Seat in the Stalls"||Derek & Joyce Chitty|
|12||Regency Minton Handle Shapes||Duncan Langford|
|15||"Basket" by Bathwell & Goodfellow, and others||Catriona & David Maisels|
|18||An English Porcelain Assembled Part Tea and Coffee Service||Trevor Markin|
|21||More on John Shrigley of Burslem||Trevor Markin|
|22||Scott's Pottery - Greenglaze||Barbara Tomkins|
|23||Ampersand or Not?||Roger Edmundson|
|24||A Potters' Flint Mill at Beamish, Co. Durham||John Cockerill|
|30||Boucher, Clodion, Turner, Herculaneum||Robin Emmerson|
|33||The Raven Mason Collection at Keele University||Katey Banks|
|34||Help Given, Help Wanted: Yorkshire Potters Association|
|34||Help Given, Help Wanted: Joseph Shore|
|34||Help Given, Help Wanted: Assistance with an Earthenware Mug|
|35||Help Given, Help Wanted: Opaque China|
|36||Potteries Jotteries||Rodney Hampson|