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|3||NCS Publications Online|
|4||Annual General Meeting Agenda|
|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|
|61||Museum News||Deborah Skinner|
|65||Potteries Jotteries No 131||Rodney Hampson|