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Newsletter 171 - Sept 2013

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Contents

Page Content Contributor
1 NCS Programme
2 Editorial
3 Notices:
3 Printed British Pottery and Porcelain 1750-1900
4 Haggar Lecture 2013 by Pat Halfpenny
4 The CCRF - The End of an Era
5 Minutes - Annual General Meeting
13 Thank You Maurice Hillis
16 Meeting Reports:
16 25th March 2013: Visit to the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge Claire Blakey
17 23rd March 2013: Victorian Pottery Religious Figures - and who bought them? Stephen Duckworth
21 27th April 2013: More than just pots - Lessons from the Ferrybridge Pottery Alan Tomlinson
25 27th April 2013: Studio Ceramics in York - the collector's tale Helen Walsh
29 11th May 2013 Andrew Hull: Artist and Sculptor Kathy Niblett
32 Pots For All Purposes David Doxey
35 The Newhill Pottery: Its Sale and Connections with the Kilnhurst and Don Potteries Dr Alwyn Cox
44 Mexborough Money Boxes - An Update Keith Docker
45 The Earl of Abergavenny [shipwrecked] Caneware David M Pendergast
55 W(***) - Another Pointer to the Whitehead Connection Roger Pomfret
58 Another Myth Pamela Gardner
60 The Stinton Family Colin Andrew
74 Help Wanted and Help Given
77 Museum News Deborah Skinner
81 Potteries Jotteries No. 129 Rodney Hampson
82 Diary
84 Publications