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© POTTERIES AUCTIONS, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, UK

A collection of pottery to include Staffordshire Croft Cottage ware, Tea ware, Prints etc ( 2 trays)...

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  • ROCKINGHAM SPANIEL. Signed James Hill, East
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    pottery, Crown Staffordshire coffee cans and saucers, Doulton plates etc ... [more like this]
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    Fifteen books. 1) The Knopf Collector's Guides to American Antiques: Pottery & Porcelain. 2) Hodkinson, M. & J., Sherrati? A Natural Family of Staffordshire Figures. 3) Hall, ... [more like this]
    books. 1) Fox, E. & E., Gaudy Dutch. Pamphlet. 2) May, J. & J., Commemorative Pottery 1780-1900. 3) Pope, C.M., A-Z of Staffordshire Dogs: A Potted History. 4) Oliver, A., ... [more like this]
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