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Newsletter 135 - Sept 2004
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|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|