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|4||Obituary - John N. C. Lewis 1912--1996||Pat Halfpenny|
|6||Mirror Images, Obconical Creamers and Things||Barry Lomax|
|12||Multi-colour Printing by W Smith & Co., at the Stafford/Wedgewood Pottery, South Stockton in the 1840's||John Cockerill|
|19||Oval shaped Basalt Jug Impressed W(***)||John Adcney|
|21||Octagonal Square-Handled Porcelain Teawares 1800/10 - A Provisional Grouping||Peter Hyland|
|24||A Ferrybridge Majolica Bread Tray||Alwyn & Angela Cox|
|26||The Peacock's Head Mark of the Gateshead Art Pottery||John Cockerill|
|28||William Greatbatch - An Exciting Find||Lois Roberts|
|29||Redware, Stoneware, Delft, Ironstone and Porcelain in 1829||Rodney Hampson|
|32||Stand up any Potter who did not make Artwares||Mike Macphail|
|34||Help Given, Help Wanted: - Comments on "A Trapeiium Roofed Puzzle"|
|34||Help Given, Help Wanted: - A Mug Identified|
|35||Help Given, Help Wanted: - Opaque China|
|35||Help Given, Help Wanted: - New Hall|
|36||Potteries Jotteries No. 63|
|41||Annual General Meeting - AGENDA|