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The second image shows an Osmaston Road factory mark on a coffee cup and saucer also in pattern number A67. These are an indication of the date a pattern is first registered, but the actual piece could have been made some time afterwards.
We’re all very excited to be starting our Summer Holidays next week & relax in the sun… The factory will reopen July 8th so we can […] Ahoy!Anyone requiring detailed information on this topic is advised to read the excellent paper by Ian Harding in Journal 6 of the Derby Porcelain international Society 2009.Fortuitously I have only needed to concentrate on a 34 year period.JPG" class="image-slide-anchor content-fit" royal-crown-derby-bone-china-factory-mark-gold" data-lightbox-theme="dark" href="https://images.squarespace-cdn.com/content/v1/56e56cdd0442621615cc07a5/1486317425831-0K3LU3BOAH45OD2LT0MQ/ke17Zwd GBTodd I8p Dm48k ESaf9y6b BX9s Rrsv YGO3ZZZw-z PPgdn4j Uw Vc JE1Zv WEt T5u BSRWt4v QZAg TJuco Tqq Xj S3Cf NDSuuf31e0t VHVMUa Y9fnj Fox PAx Vxexb DT65Hv_n-JGK3Ki VR69Nf BJ1z DMfxjo XGDCxwz3Y9Vxg/royal-crown-derby-bone-china-factory-mark-gold.jpg" class="image-slide-anchor content-fit" The first two factory marks are scratched through. As much of the output up to, during and in the first seven years after the war was produced for export, only seconds quality or undecorated surrey shape ware was available to purchase in the UK. Unfortunately a piece could have been potted and then stored away for years before actually being decorated.This denotes "Seconds" quality and is very often "overlooked" by internet sellers. They were used somewhat sporadically during the period under question, and then on flat ware but not on hollow ware (i.e.cups, vases etc.).