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Newsletter 67 - Sept 1987

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Page Content Contributor
1 Editorial
3 Annual General Meeting 1987
12 A Wise Choice Diana Darlington
14 Wm Smith & Co, The Belgian Connexion Gilbert Versluys
20 Potteries Jotteries Rodney Hampson
21 A Don Pottery Inkwell Barry Wilkinson
23 A Black Basalt Teapot from Duisburg,West Germany David Gaimster
25 Lecture Meeting:Medieval Pottery and Staffordshire Slipwares
29 Church Gresley, Another Mystery Clarice and Harold Blakey
33 Holly Royde Postscript
37 The Tale of a Plate Valerie Milford
41 The Ceremony of the Spoon Glenda Williams
42 Seminars
43 Forthcoming Exhibitions
45 Letters to the Editor
46 New Books
47 Society Publications
47 0ne for the Pot
48 Future Programme