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Newsletter 140 - Dec 2005
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|2||Special General Meeting - 24 September 2005|
|3||Out-of-Print Exhibition Catalogues|
|4||Reports of Meetings|
|4||24th September 2005 : Hilditch a collector's point of view||June Owen|
|6||24th September 2005 : Coloured Caughley||Chris Brown|
|8||Summer School - Form and decoration||Barbara Blenkinship & Beatrice Stocks|
|12||The Mexborough Money Boxes||Keith Docker|
|21||Bridgeless Chinoiserie Pattern by Verreville||Catriona & David Maisels|
|24||A tale of Two bowls||Allen Grace|
|26||Pâte-sur-pâte and Lawrence Arthur Birks: The Minton years 1872-1894 and the Vine Pottery 1894-1934||Peter Goodfellow|
|32||A Marked Ridgway Sucrier||Bob Carde|
|33||HMS Brazen - Liverpool 1792||David Atherton|
|36||Researching a Scottish Enterprise in Asia: The Bell Pottery of Glasgow||Merilyn Hoysted|
|44||A Danish Liaison - Minton Memorandum||Anthony Evans|
|45||Follow-up on "A New Version of the Dagger Border Pattern"||Connie Rogers|
|46||A Bristol Figure||Emlyn Roberts|
|48||Potteries Jotteries No. 98||Rodney Hampson|
|49||Mystery of Thomas Mason||Pam Gardner|