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Newsletter 133 - Mar 2004
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|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|
|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|
|56||Agenda - AGM|