Thanks to Shauna Gregg at the Sunderland Museum for providing information about the Crimean and train plaques (below). They came into the collection in 2002, and are catalogued as 'attributed to Garrison'.
I'm 99.9% certain now they aren't Garrison (Dixon), and that they belong to our group of Adams' reproduction plaques. I have enlarged the section on Adams Pottery on the Reproductions page.
On a separate note, thanks also to Donald H Ryan for suggesting that this website be included in the British Library Websites Archive Scheme, and to Maureen Pennock from the British Library. Hopefully MSTP will be included in the scheme in the near future.
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Stephen Smith lives in London, and is always happy to hear from other collectors. If you have an interesting collection of plaques, and are based in the UK, he will photograph them for you. Free advice given regarding selling and dispersal of a collection, or to those wishing to start one. Just get in touch...
This website is indebted to collectors, dealers and enthusiasts who have shared their knowledge or photos. In particular: Ian Holmes, Stephen Duckworth, Dick Henrywood, Norman Lowe, Keith Lovell, Donald H Ryan, Harold Crowder, Jack and Joyce Cockerill, Myrna Schkolne, Elinor Penna, Ian Sharp, Shauna Gregg at the Sunderland Museum, Keith Bell, Martyn Edgell, and Liz Denton.