Coalport 1795-1926: An Introduction to the History and Porcelains of John Rose and Company

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Antique Collector's Club, 1995 - Antiques & Collectibles - 444 pages
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This comprehensive survey and illustrated guide to Coalport porcelains integates the history of the firm over 130 years with discussion of the many wares produced during the period, and examines the close relationship between these two elements. It thus provides a balance between the different periods. New patterns are illustrated, including a range of later-numbered patterns, as are profiles of wares, a feature which should make the shapes of pieces more apparent.

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Contents

Acknowledgements
9
Map
12
Colour plates
13
Copyright

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John Beggs, LLB, Barrister, 3 Sergeants' Inn. He has particular expertise on police firearms and public order operations. He has represented most police forces in the Country, and has appeared in many of the high profile trials, discipline hearings and inquiries involving the police over the last
decade.
Amy Street, LLB, Barrister, 3 Sergeants' Inn. She practices in both police and medical law and advises on human rights issues. Amy represents the police in civil actions, and was junior counsel for the Metropolitan Police in the litigation arising out of the policing of the May Day protests in
2001.
George Thomas, LLB, Barrister, 3 Sergeants' Inn. He acts for constabularies nationwide in civil claims covering the full range of policing. He has also been advising and acting for Football Intelligence Units ever since the Football (Disorder) Act 2004 first came into force. He was recently junior
counsel for the Metropolitan Police in the May Day 2001 test cases in the High Court. Michael Messenger, Commander, Metropolitan Police. He has responsibility for public order policing, emergency planning, officer safety and uniform counter-terrorism and security. Chair of the London Emergency
Services Liaison Panel that is responsible for delivering the generic, multi-agency response to major incidents and disasters.

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