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Newsletter 137 - Mar 2005
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|3||Reports of Meetings|
|3||23rd October 2004 : The Lady Ludlow Collection of English C18th Porcelain||Howard Coutts|
|6||23rd October 2004 : The Leeds Pottery||John Griffin|
|9||27th November 2004 : The Forgotten Woods of Brownhills||Robin Gurnett|
|9||27th November 2004 : Thomas Martin Randall: Decorator of Sevres, Welsh etc.||Roger Edmundson|
|14||Musing about Marks||Harold Blakey|
|16||Crown Ware in North East England||John Cockerill|
|18||Some New Developments in Monochrome Landscapes||John Harbold|
|22||A Dutch Poem on an English Plate||Charles Bawden|
|24||Coalport Version of the Dagger Border Pattern||Des Scanlon|
|28||The Use of Stipple-Engraved Batprints by Miles Mason c.1802-13||Alan Grove|
|33||A Note on an Unusual Copper Plate||Charles Bawden|
|34||The Don Pottery's "Maypole" Transfer Print||Alwyn Cox|
|37||Monster Meeting in the Potteries||Margaret Crumpton|
|40||Caughley in Colour||Chris Brown and Jennifer Thomson|
|44||Help Wanted and Help Given|
|45||Potteries Jotteries No. 95||Rodney Hampson|
|56||Agenda - Annual General Meeting - 28th May 2005|