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Newsletter 173 - Mar 2014

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Contents

Page Content Contributor
1 NCS Programme
2 Editorial
3 Notices:
3 NCS Publications Online
4 Annual General Meeting Agenda
5 Subscription Rates
5 A Giles Italianate Service
6 Summer Visit to Norwich Castle Museum
7 Members' Research Presentations
7 Corrections to Newsletter 172
8 An Exceptional Painter of Fruit Colin Andrew
16 The Washington Pottery Pamela Gardner
19 Thomas Wolfe Master Potter of Liverpool and Stoke - NL 170 Des Scanlon
22 The Identification of Swinton, Polychrome-Painted Teapots and Coffee Pots of the Greens, Bingley & Co. Period, 1785-1806 Alwyn & Angela Cox
29 Henry Baker, Enamel Printer Robin Emmerson
35 The Earl of Abergavenny and Davenport Factory Marks Richard Coleman
38 To Tell or Not to Tell? That is, when the question is one of monetary value Pamela Gardner
40 The Widow of Zarephath Knop David M Pendergast
47 Brisbane Pottery Louise Boreham & Heather Jack
52 Handle with Care: A Tea-Management Device David M Pendergast
54 Help Wanted and Help Given
56 Books
61 Museum News Deborah Skinner
65 Potteries Jotteries No 131 Rodney Hampson
66 Diary
68 Publications