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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Great Britain - Pg. 23



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Stoke-on-Trent (Cont'd)
Minton—38-61
45 Minton & Boyle. 1836-42. Mark impressed.
46 Minton & Co. Early mark.
47 In green after 1851.
48 From about 1868.
49 Late mark.
50 About 1870?
51 Late mark.
52 Earlier mark.
53 Late mark.
54 °B B"—Best Body. 1845-1861.
55 About 1823. Mark printed.
56 Colin Minton Campbell. After 1868.
57 Minton & Boyle. 1836 to about 1842.
58,59 Louis Marc Solon, a decorator at Minton from 1870 to 1904.
60 Minton & Co. This mark impressed,raised or printed is a registration mark used by many English factories between 1842 and 1883. (See notice on Miscellaneous English Marks.)
61 Some Minton pieces were marked with these symbols to show the year of production.



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Denmark

France

Germany

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Holland

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Japan

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Persia, Turkey, Syria, Poland

Portugal

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