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Newsletter 133 - Mar 2004

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Page Content Contributor
1 NCS Programme
2 Editorial
3 Reports of Meetings
3 25th October, 2003 : Fences, Follies and Frogspawn: attributing underglaze blue painted wares Lois Roberts
5 25th October, 2003 : The Ismay Collection of Studio Pottery Craig Barclay
7 29th November, 2003 : Meissen, the Great Years 1709-1756 Errol Manners
10 George Cocker, Figure Modeller: Rockingham, Derby and Other Connections Dr Alwyn Cox
17 A Coffee Cup Conundrum Barry Lomax
19 'God Save the King' Geoffrey Fisk
22 Cockpit Hill - Problems with Attribution Keith Docker
27 Mr. Reynolds' Pottery at Coalport: Messrs. Bradley & Co. Roger Edmundson
28 Three Examples of Early Swansea Blue and White Earthenware with the Underglaze Painted "V" Mark Anthony Bunce
32 The Great Sheffield Flood of 1864 & the Denaby Pottery Alwyn and Angela Cox
39 Help Wanted and Help Given
40 Potteries Jotteries No. 91 Rodney Hampson
41 Painted Pearlware Derrick Kay
42 Books
44 One Came My Way - A book by Geoffrey Godden Harold Blakey
46 Obituary - Rose Meldrum Peter Hyland
48 Obituary - Ken Jarvis Harold & Rosie Cooke
49 Summer Visit
50 Museums News
54 Diary
56 Agenda - AGM