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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Germany - Pg. 11



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Limbach (Cont'd)
1-7 Early marks.

Ludwigsburg, Louisburg, or Kronenburg (8-16)
Established 1758. Factory closed in 1824. Ludwigsburg marks are often confused with Niderviller.
8-11 Probably the double "C" was used to 1806. In underglaze blue or over-glaze red (rare).
12 1793-1795.
13 1806-1816.
14 From 1816 to 1824. In gold.
15 1800-1810.
16 1770-1775.

Luftelburg (17)
17 Late mark.
Luxembourg (18-21)
Fayence factory established 1767; however, most of the wares found are late 19th century.
18, 19 Early marks.
20, 21 19th century.

Magdeburg-Neustadt (22)
Established 1865.
22 A. Bauer.

Marseille Armand (23)
Founded 1865.
23

Meissen (See Dresden)



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