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Canadian Historic Sites: Occasional Papers in Archaeology and History No. 22

Spode/Copeland Transfer-Printed Patterns Found at 20 Hudson's Bay Company Sites

by Lynne Sussman


Copeland, T. Robert
"Printed Patterns Registered by the Successors of Spode, Stoke-on Trent, Class IV, 1844-1881 " Manuscript, Stoke-on-Trent.

"Ceramic View of Byron Country." Country Life, Vol. 160, No. 4140 (4 Nov.), pp. 1296-7. London.

Godden, Geoffrey A.
Encyclopaedia of British Pottery and Porcelain Marks. Herbert Jenkins, London.

Hayden, Arthur
Spode and His Successors; A History of the Pottery Stoke-on-Trent, 1765-1865. Cassell and Company, London.

Canada. Public Archives. Hudson's Bay Company Archives.
Section A: Headquarters Records
A.5/11 London Outward Correspondence — General

Ross, Lester A.
"Fort Vancouver, 1829-1860: A Historical Archaeological Investigation of Goods Imported and Manufactured by the Hudson's Bay Company." Manuscript on file, U.S. National Park Service, Vancouver, Washington.

Spode Limited
Factory pattern record book compiled between 1868 and 1879 Factory pattern number summary, drawn up by the pattern record keeper, Mr. Sam Williams, in 1956

Whiter, Leonard
Spode; A History of the Family, Factory and Wares from 1733 to 1833. Barrie & Jenkins, London.

Williams, Sydney B.
Antique Blue and White Spode. B.T. Batstord, London.

W.T. Copeland and Sons
Catalogue. Allbutt & Daniel, Hanley.


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