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Newsletter 4 - Apr 1973
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|1||For Your Diary|
|2||Lecture Meeting 30th Sept 1972 : "Staffordshire Ceramics, 1800-1940." by Reginald Haggar|
|2||Lecture Meeting 4th Nov 1972 : "John Davenport And His Wares" by Terence Lockett|
|3||Lecture Meeting 2nd Dec 1972 : "The Work of John Sadler and Guy Green in On-Glaze Printing principally of Wedgwood Creamwares" by Norman Stretton.|
|3||Lecture Meeting 24th Feb 1973 : "Problematical New Hall Porcelains." by David Holgate|
|4||Mugs, Cans and Coffee Cups||Elsie Blatch|
|6||Wednesbury Pottery||Norman Stretton|
|6||An Inkwell and a Plate||Elizabeth Adams|
|7||Some Views On Rockingham Pattern Marks||J.G. and M.I.N. Evans|
|8||Book Review : Staffordshire Pot-Lids and the Potters, by Cyril Williams-Wood||Norman Emery|
|9||Curd Moulds and Cucumber Baskets||Terry Lockett|
|10||The Leeds Pottery Insurance||Elizabeth Adams|
|11||The Priceless Plate|