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Newsletter 90 - June 1993

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Contents

Page Content Contributor
1 NCS Programme
2 Editorial
3 Society Meetings Roger Pomfret, Chairman
4 Diana Darlington - an appreciation Terence A Lockett, President
5 The Cumming Research Foundation
5 Cold Plates Pat Halfpenny
6 Liverpool and other Porcelain Lionel Burman
7 Liverpool Ship Bowls Rose Meldrum
10 Potteries Jotteries Rodney Hampson
11 The Bullers Pyrometer Peter Jones
12 Viewpoints - Blades of London L A Compton
16 Crystal Ware - an unusual mark Clarice and Harold Blakey
18 A rare pad-mark Derrick Kay
19 An unidentified documentary coffee can Dr Nigel T Cooke
20 A Green Glazed Flagon Jeremy T Stedman
21 Cross Currents (the Hanley Spitfire) Barry T Lomax
22 The Shank'd Shape - c.1790-1810 Roger Edmundson
24 Danish Views on teawares Gilbert Versluys
25 A Sewell Nursery Plate Alwyn and Angela Cox
26 A 'Tyneside Group of Pottery' Steven Moore
27 Commercial practices - sub-contracting L A Compton
28 Vernon's Noiseless Patent John Potter
31 The Minton Insurance Policies Anthony Evans
33 The London Pottery Company Ron Morley
35 An important Bovey Tracey discovery Anthony Thomas
36 Rathbone Porcelain - the SJR Mark Miranda Skinner
37 A Turner Creamer? Marjorie Thacker
38 Books
39 Unpublished research L A Compton
40 Help Given and Help Wanted
44 Exhibitions, Seminars and Lectures
44 Publications