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|3||Northern Ceramic Society 40 Years On: A Note from the President||Geoffrey Godden|
|4||Northern Ceramic Society 40 Years On: Northern Ceramic Society 1972-2012||Maurice Hillis|
|8||Northern Ceramic Society 40 Years On: Collecting in the 1960s and 1970s||Terry Lockett|
|15||Birthday Celebrations!||Lyn Hillis|
|16||Minutes - Annual General Meeting|
|27||Reports of Meetings|
|27||28th April 2012 : 19th Century Brown Stoneware, More Attempts at Who, When & Where||Philip Mernick|
|31||28th April 2012 : Henry Doulton's Burslem Factory||Val Baynton|
|36||19th May 2012 : Jingdezhen: Town of Year-Round Thunder and Lightning||Claire Blakey|
|40||A Newly Discovered Leeds Figure of Diana||Keith Docker|
|41||Floral/Botanical Subjects||Colin Andrew|
|50||A Turned Creamware Pot, and Links to Mustard and Savine Pots||Emlyn Roberts|
|53||Miles & William Mason Earthenwares -A Review (Part 2)||Des Scanlon|
|62||Which Delftware Potteries Used the So Called 'Fazackerley' Colours?||Jim Gray|
|64||Early Chelsea 'China'||Michael Noble|
|67||Help Wanted and Help Given|
|73||Museum News||Deborah Skinner|
|77||Potteries Jotteries No. 125||Rodney Hampson|