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Barber, Edwin Atlee, 1851-1916 / Anglo-American pottery; old English china with American views, a manual for collectors
(1899)

J. & J. Jackson,   pp. 86-89


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ANGLO-AMERICAN POTTERY.
E. & G. PHILLIPS.
Very little is known of this firm, except that they had an
important pottery at Longport, Staffordshire, previous to 1830.
They do not seem to have manufactured extensively for the
American trade, but at ieast one design is known bearing their
mark.
-Design in Dark Blue.-
169. Franklin (tomb.)
J. & J. JACKSON.
This firm occupied the Chuchyard Works, Burslem, England,
previous to 1843. They made a considerable number of cop-
per-plate engravings of subjects relating to the United States.
DESIGNS BY J. & J. JACKSON.
-Designs in Red, Light Blue, Lilac, Black, Brown. etc.-
XIV. Border, Floral Design.
170. Albany, N. Y.
171. Battle Monument, Baltimore.
172. Boston, Hancock House.
173. Boston, State House.
174. Fort Conanicut, R. I.
175. Hartford, Conn.
176. Harvard Hall, Mass.
177. Lake George.
178. Monte Video, Hartford.
179. Newburgh, N. Y.
183. New Haven, Yale College and State House.
181. New York, Battery and City of.
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