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|3||The Daniel Collectors' Circle, Snippets of Interest|
|4||Reports of Meetings|
|8||Obituary - Franklin A. Barrett||Denis Blake Roberts|
|9||Scholarship Award Announcement|
|9||Invitation - Phillips Auctioneers, Leeds|
|10||Clifton Park Museum, Rotherham||Terry Lockett|
|11||Another Leeds Figure||John D. Griffin|
|13||Leon Potts - Designer and Modeller, Shorter & Son Ltd., Stoke-on-Trent||Keith Potts|
|17||Humble Pie||John S. W. Brierley|
|19||Miles Mason's Shell Pattern . . No. 208||Velma Young|
|20||Yellow Shells||Margaret Ironside|
|21||Tams for Real: Jesse Tams, 1841-1846 and 1865||Rodney Hampson|
|23||Factory Z Jugs||Gill Wight|
|24||T. Baddeley, Enameller, Hanley||John Howell|
|25||Staffordshire For the Governor?: Nineteenth Century Pottery Shards from First and Second Government House, Sydney||Mike Macphail|
|27||Whose Pink Lustre Cottage is it?||John Cockerill|
|30||The Masons of Lane Delph: The Rockingham Connection||Alwyn & Angela Cox|
|34||To Match a Jug - an embryo blue painted pearlware group||Lois M. Roberts|
|36||New for the Nineties: Some Recent Acquisitions at Sunderland Museum and Art Gallery||Sue Newell|
|44||Donovan: Did He or Didn't He?||John Harbold|
|47||Help Given, Help Wanted: - The "Mulligrubs" Plaque|
|47||Help Given, Help Wanted: - Lord Nelson Remembered: reproduction or tribute|
|48||Help Given, Help Wanted: - New Hall Patterns|
|48||Help Given, Help Wanted: - Arthur Minton|
|49||Potteries Jotteries No. 72|
|52||Diary and Exhibitions|