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Summer 2018 Article Archive

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INTERESTING PIECES

Spurgeon Baptists (Dixon) tea pot

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Commemorative, decorated and dated pewter plates in the period 1651-1702

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A commemorative charger shown only in 1923 and not otherwise mentioned various press cuttings

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A magnificent charger also the Great Bed of Ware (unrelated)

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Fine Hanseatic 14th-15th century lidded flagon

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Why is it English... a further collection of thoughts on unusual decoration on a few pieces of early ‘English’ pewter

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Pewter spoon where found in 1681

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Early pewter tavern pots; A V Sutherland-Graeme 1941

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Two unusual scarce and decorated, Abbot of Gateshead mugs

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Tea and coffee equipage: Carl Ricketts 2017

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REGIONAL PEWTER

Recognizing regional styles of pub mugs

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Early drinking mugs by Carl Ricketts

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Several York mugs and 1 Acorn flagon

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READING

4 classic books in English, 1 in Swiss and 1 in French

History of Worshipful Company of Pewterers of the City of London - By Charles Welch volume 1 (1902)

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History of Worshipful Company of Pewterers of the City of London - By Charles Welch volume 2 (1902)

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Old Pewter; Malcolm Bell (1909)

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Die zinngiesser der scheizund ihr werk II Von Dr Gust.Bossard - many illustrations in German

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ETUDES SUR L’ETAIN DANS L’ANTIQUITE ET AU MOYEN AGE ORFEVRERIE ET INDUSTRIES DIVERSES par GERMAIN BAPST 1884 – few illustrations and in original French only

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Norseman reproductions in brassware copper and pewter (unknown date perhaps 1920s - only 2 pages of repro pewter in this catalogue mainly to show this is unlikely to be notorious NR)

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PEWTER COLLECTING

A re-assessment of ‘spray’ baluster measures by John Douglas

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Crowned WR marks seen on English tavernware - Geoff Lock 2016

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A Crane & Stinton pint mug 1807-1815

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REPAIRS

Removing dents in old pewter mugs and measures

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A plate dated 1658 after cleaning (shown before in summer 16 uncleaned)

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FAKES REPROS & WORRIES

The mystery of the NR Marks (unsolved)

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Billy & Charley’s

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An interesting Compton plate

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Two handled pewter bowls - A confusion of

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ARTICLES

Belgian Pewterer’s workshop of unknown date (c1900-1920) and location

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Birmingham Pewterers price list January 1804 - William Villers: August 1825 - Villers & Wilkes August 1780 Birch & Villers

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Dating the pewters tankard: H H Cotterell 1932

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Fine Work of York craftsmen: H H Cotterell 1933

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Heraldry unpublished hand-written H H Cotterell c1930

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Letters appearing on Byzantine coins c1927

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Paul Revere’s lantern 1930

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Pewter tankards & flagons: Cyril C Minchin

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Pewterers trade tokens: H H Cotterell 1929

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Sacramental tokens (USA) Harriette Kershaw Leiding 1925

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When Treen was “the” ware: Edith Miniter 1930

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Treen and Pewter plates from mediaeval times

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Tavern Pewter: H H Cotterell 1930

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Mug or jug - Small mug part three

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Base metal tobacco jars: Charles R Beard

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Just Anderson (scanned so it is possible to print a copy)

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