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Newsletter 56 - Dec 1984

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Page Content Contributor
1 Editorial
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
32 Book Reviews
36 Factory Z a Long Awaited Link Roderick Jellicoe and Frank Williams
38 Letters to the Editor
40 Future Programme
40 Society Publications