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Newsletter 88 - Dec 1992
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|1||Northern Ceramic Society Programme|
|1||A Note From our Treasurer||Anthony Thomas|
|3||The Attribution of Factory Z||Trevor Markin and Brian Allaker|
|9||The Caddy Class, Godden Loan Collection|
|10||An Explanation (Dudson marks)||Audrey Dudson|
|11||A Dudson Sprigged Jug||John W Bentley|
|11||J Mist, Turner et. al.||John W Bentley|
|12||Potteries Jotteries||Rodney Hampson|
|12||A Museum Retirement - Mr T G Manby|
|13||More Mist marked pieces|
|14||The Plot Deepens (pad marks)|
|16||New Discoveries at Bovey Tracey||Anthony Thomas & Brian Adams|
|18||Sale of Bill Brown's ceramic collection||Peter Helm|
|19||A Lakin basket stand||Harold Blakey|
|20||John Ridgway, Bates pattern numbering||Kenneth Church|
|22||A Model Admiral to be Renamed||Peter Bradshaw|
|23||Closer to the Bone||Robert Copeland|
|24||Derby Dinner Services in 18th c. bone porcelain||Andrew Ledger|
|28||The Pattern Number Chart|
|29||The retail trade: Zacharia Boyle; Ephraim Booth|
|30||West Pans||Henry Kelly|
|31||Notes on two East Lothian Potteries||Henry Kelly|
|35||J T Morton's Creamware|
|36||The Leeds Pottery Revival||Ron Morley|
|39||A Perspective on Shorter Pottery||Irene and Gordon Hopwood|
|41||Help given and help wanted|
|46||Turner - a Godden Loan Collection|