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Newsletter 135 - Sept 2004

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Page Content Contributor
1 NCS Programme
2 Editorial
2 Winter Weekend - 28th, 29th & 30th January 2005
3 Minutes of the AGM - 22nd May 2004
12 Reports of Meetings
12 22nd May 2004 : C20th Ceramics in the Godden Collection Dr. Geoffrey Godden
16 Coalport Seminar - "Practice Makes Perfect"
18 A "Rockingham" Pattern Book and Copper Plate in the F. Howard Paget Collection in the British Museum Alwyn & Angela Cox
22 Mather's Patent Fly Paper Plate Michael Signy
26 The Ottoman Influence on 18th Century English Porcelain Valerie and Neil Cogwell
30 More About Thomas Baddeley, Engraver & Enameller Trevor Markin
32 The Proprietors of Bow - new evidence in their own words Nicholas Panes
38 An Unrecorded Mark Chris Brown
40 The "Underglaze V" Factory and some of its porcelain teawares Rob Fisk
45 Two Early Spode Medicine Spoons Anthony Bunce
49 Spode matchings for a Folch matching for a Chinese service? Pam Woolliscroft
51 Unusual Copper Plate Connie Rogers
53 Summer Visit - 26th June 2004
54 Derby Meeting - 26th February, 2005
55 Help Wanted and Help Given
57 Potteries Jotteries No. 93 Rodney Hampson
59 Books
61 Museums News
66 Diary
68 Exhibitions