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Newsletter 79 - Sept 1990

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Page Content Contributor
1 Editorial
2 Report of the Annual General meeting
9 The Victorian Chelsea Jug Joyce and John Cockerill
11 Leeds pottery plaques and medallions Ron Morley
20 Jasperware sprigs- corrections and additions John W Bentley
21 Coalport Landscape Patterns John Harbold
22 Some Staffordshire Potters in London Harold Blakey
25 A Pimp and his Courtesan Dr Peter Bradshaw
26 A guide to factory archives Victoria Bergesen
31 A Tea Canister, Wall Pocket and a Teapot Anthony Thomas
35 Photographing pots, getting close Peter Jones
38 An Enoch Wood & Sons Jug
40 A Mocha pot from Pennsylvania Jonathan Rickard
40 People
41 More Marks and unusual pieces
42 The End of the Upright Man Derek Chitty
44 Potteries Jotteries Rodney Hampson
44 Ship Caroline and James Leech
45 Books
47 Newhall Patterns Anthony de Saye Hutton & Peter Jones
47 For Egg-cup collectors Mary Hawkins
49 Help wanted from New Zealand
49 A Brameld Umbrella Stand J Gwyn Evans
50 Events and Programmes
52 Publications