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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

United States - Pg. 17



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1 Heighshoe, S. E., Somerset, Ohio. c. 1850. Impressed.
2 Hemphill, Joseph, Philadelphia, Pa. 1833-38. Painted in red.
3-7 D. & J. Henderson, Jersey City, N. J. 1829-33. Marks impressed.
8 Henne, J. S., Shartlesville, Pa. About 1800. Impressed.
9 Hewitt, Isaac, Prices Landing, Pa. 1870-80. In blue.
10 Higgins, A. D. Cleveland, Ohio. 1837-50. Impressed.
11 Hopkins, John, Seneca County, Ohio. c. 1835. Impressed.
12 Houghton, Edwin (Dalton Pottery), Dalton, Ohio. 1864-1890. Impressed.
13 Hubener, George, Vincent, Pa. 1783-98.
14, 15 Irelan Linna, San Francisco, Calif. Established 1899.
16 Jeffords, J. E. & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 1868-90. Printed.
17 Jones, Evan B., Pittston, Pa. c. 1880. Impressed.
18 Kelley, Peter, Philadelphia, Pa. c. 1840. Impressed.
19 Keystone Pottery Co., Trenton, N. J.



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