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Newsletter 137 - Mar 2005

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Page Content Contributor
1 NCS Programme
2 Editorial
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
17 Summer Visit
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
46 Books
50 Museums News
54 Diary
56 Agenda - Annual General Meeting - 28th May 2005