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SILVERDALE SALEROOM - October 2021 Two Day Auction of 20th Century British Pottery, collectors items, household items, antique & quality furniture.: Lot 362

Auction: SILVERDALE SALEROOM - October 2021 Two Day Auction of 20th Century British Pottery, collectors items, household items, antique & quality furniture.

Auction Date: 08th October 2021 at 10.00 AM

Concorde First flight from London to Bahrain on 21st January 1976 and quantity of mint Monaco Stamps: Hallmarked silver coin issued by John Pinches in 1976 'Day of the Concorde' 30 gram silver coin, and display presentation including postal cover, together with a booklet, 'The Day of the Concorde' outlining the history of this amazing aircraft. Bears a signature but we are unsure as to the relevance, as does not appear to be the pilot on that first trip, so possibly a passenger. Large quantity of 1970's era mint stamps from Monaco in sets, singles, part sheets, mini sheets etc.

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Who Was Enoch Wood? Plus Upcoming Enoch Wood Pottery at Auction in our November Fine Art Sale

If you’re familiar with the history of the The Potteries, then you’re bound to have heard the name Enoch Wood. Find out more about the ‘Father of the Potteries’ and check out the Enoch Wood pieces we have up for auction in our November Fine A...

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Is My Vintage Seiko Watch Worth Anything at Auction?

From Rolex and Omega to Patek Philippe, we love watches. But there’s one watch brand we don’t see often enough, and it might not be the brand you’re thinking of. Read on to find out if your vintage Seiko watch is a potentially valuable piece.

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A Guide to William Adams Pottery Markings

How much is your William Adams pottery worth? In this markings guide, you’ll find more details about Adams & Co. backstamps & markings. WM Adams is one of the oldest names in Stoke pottery, so it’s worth exploring the rarity and value of your pie...

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A Guide to Royal Albert China Markings

Royal Albert China is one of the most recognisable tableware manufacturers. With a distinct style and quality, Royal Albert China makes for a great addition to any collector’s range. Read on to find out how much yours might be worth!

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A Guide to Crown Devon Pottery Markings

Our Crown Devon Pottery marks guide will help you identify markings, backstamps and styles and teach you how to spot valuable and collectable Crown Devon Fieldings pieces. Read on to find out more!

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A Guide to Susie Cooper Pottery Markings

Susie Cooper pottery is recognisable for its design and style. We’ve created a guide to the most popular Susie Cooper pottery pieces to allow you to identify your rare, and possibly valuable, items. Read on to find out more!

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A Guide to Royal Worcester Pottery & Porcelain Backstamps

Royal Worcester is well-known for its quality porcelain. We’ve created a guide to the most common Royal Worcester markings to help you identify backstamps and potentially how valuable or collectable your pieces could be. Read on to find out more!

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A Guide to Martin Brothers Pottery Markings

Martin Brothers pottery & stoneware is so unique and distinctive in style that it’s been said to have inspired many different potters. Read on for our guide to the most common Martin Brothers pieces to help you identify valuable or collectable item...

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A Guide to Beswick Pottery Markings

Beswick pottery is often a top seller at auction, reaching incredible prices due of its interesting & collectable nature. Here’s our guide to the most popular and valuable Beswick pieces to help you identify your rare, and possibly profitable, item...

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Who was Colin Melbourne? Plus Upcoming Pieces in Our Special Two-Day Beswick & Royal Doulton Auction

We’ve got some great items from local artist and potter Colin Melbourne coming up in our special two-day Beswick and Royal Doulton auction this month. Find out more about his history and check out some of the pieces we have coming up on 7-8 May.

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A Guide to Clarice Cliff Pottery Markings

Our Clarice Cliff pottery marking guide will help you identify the markings and dates of your Clarice Cliff pieces, teaching you to spot valuable and rare items. Read on to find out more!

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A Guide to Shelley Pottery Markings

This Shelley pottery marking guide will help you identify the markings and production dates of your Shelley pottery, teaching you to spot valuable and rare items. Keep reading to discover more about your collection.

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A Guide to Carlton Ware Pottery Markings

Our Carlton Ware marking guide will help you identify markings and dates of your Carlton Ware pottery pieces, teaching you to spot valuable and rare items. Read on to find out more!

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A Guide to Spode Pottery Markings

Our Spode pottery marking guide will help you identify markings and dates of your Spode pieces, teaching you to spot valuable and rare items. Read on to find out more!

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A Guide to Moorcroft Pottery Markings

Our Moorcroft marking guide will help you identify markings and dates of your Moorcroft pottery pieces, teaching you to spot valuable and rare items. Read on to find out more!

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A Guide to Royal Crown Derby Pottery Markings

Our Royal Crown Derby marking guide will help you identify markings and dates of your Royal Crown Derby pieces, teaching you to spot valuable and rare items. Read on to find out more!

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A Guide to Royal Doulton Pottery Markings

Our Royal Doulton markings guide will help you identify marks and styles and teach you how to spot valuable and collectable Royal Doulton pottery pieces. Read on to find out more!

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A Guide to Wade Pottery Markings

Our Wade Pottery markings guide will help you identify marks and styles and teach you how to spot valuable and collectable Wade pieces. Read on to find out more!

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A Guide to Wedgwood Pottery Markings

Our Wedgwood Pottery markings guide will help you identify marks and styles and teach you how to spot lavish and collectable Wedgwood pieces. Read on to find out more!

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Who was ‘Cliff the Clock’? Plus Upcoming Clock Pieces in our September Auction

‘Cliff the clock’ was one of the finest clock and watch repairers in Staffordshire, with a passion for clocks, watches and antiques. Find out more about his life and some of the excellent clocks coming up in our September sale.

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A Preview of our September Fine Art Sale

We’ve got some excellent pieces coming up in our two-day online September Fine Art sale, including rare pottery, antique furniture, gold jewellery and more. Read more about these and other lots due for auction on 12-13 September.

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The History of Martin Brothers Pottery

The avant-garde pottery of the Martin Brothers is highly sought after at auction due to their eccentricity and unique style. Find out more about the brothers’ history, Martinware and the pieces we have coming up in our Fine Art sale this September.

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The Wonderful History of Wade Pottery

Originally founded in 1810, Wade Pottery has become one of Britain’s most revered manufacturers and has committed many iconic moments in 20th century history to ceramic.

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The History of Fieldings Crown Devon Pottery

Crown Devon Pottery produced a wide range of styles and colours from its inception in 1870 until it closed its doors in 1982. Find out more about the history of this remarkable factory and why its wares are still so popular to this day.

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Are All Rolex Watches Valuable?

The word Rolex is synonymous with the phrase ‘luxury watch’ and also ‘valuable watch’! But it is not every Rolex that will command a huge price at auction. Read on to find out more on how to spot whether your Rolex is valuable.

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Enid Seeney Homemaker Uncovered

Enid Seeney… who, you might ask? Well Enid was a designer and an artist who quietly designed and created the iconic ‘Homemaker’ designs produced on ceramics and other materials in the 1950's. Find out about her fascinating career.

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Fine Art preview- Local history books

At Potteries Auctions we have had many interesting local history items in our sales and continue to look for Staffordshire related items to include in our auctions.

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Selling a collection at auction?

A useful insight into the benefits of selling your collection at auction.

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Royal Doulton Designer & Modeller: Charles J Noke

Charles Noke was a premier designer and modeler for Royal Doulton. Read about his life and career and discover some of the pieces we've auctioned by Noke.

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Motorcycles

The history of the self-propelled cycle goes right back to the later part of the Victorian era where Steam, diesel, petrol and electric were all being experimented with as possible power sources.

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A Brief History Of Royal Crown Derby

Royal Crown Derby is one of the oldest remaining English porcelain manufacturers, and is based fairly locally to Potteries Auctions in Osmaston Road, Derby. Read this brief history of this manufacturer.

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Diamonds Are Forever, sold in our first Fine Art Sale of 2018

Some lovely jewellery sold in the March 10th Fine Art and Antique Sale.

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Shelley Pottery

Shelley - best known for fine bone china...

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Another snippet of local interest...

Apedale Hall built by Richard Heathcote

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A snippet of history....

An interesting letter from a man stationed on SS Britannic dated 23 February 1916.

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February the month of romance

A wartime love story......

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Top Sellers

The top sellers from the April 25th Fine Art Sale

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