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Newsletter 56 - Dec 1984
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|3||Herculaneum Supplement||Nancy Gunson|
|7||Buckley Pottery||Sheila Tyler|
|16||Potteries Jotteries||Rodney Hampson|
|16||An Interesting Nineteenth Century Jug||C. Williams-Wood|
|19||The Potterfield Farm Pottery of David Eglinton||Gerard Quail|
|26||Recent Auction Prices|
|27||Extracts from the Art-Union Journal 1844||K.D. Richardson|
|28||Lecture Meeting: Samuel Alcock - Mainly Ornamental with Some Variations|
|30||Yet Another Anchor Mark||Geoffrey and Alma Barnes|
|31||Request for Information|
|31||Nineteenth Century Town Hall Accounts||R.B. Brown|
|36||Factory Z a Long Awaited Link||Roderick Jellicoe and Frank Williams|
|38||Letters to the Editor|