In 1865, when the Garrison Pottery closed, it looks as if Scott's Southwick Pottery bought the transfer plate. The penultimate plaque above emulates a form used by Galloway and Atkinson, who took over the Albion Pottery in 1864. So Scott recycled an old Dixon transfer, on a brand-new plaque form.
It's not surprising that the transfer also appears on the orange Moore & Co plaque form. As shown in my last blog post, Scott transfers often appear on plaques from moulds associated with Moore.
There are at least two other transfer plates with the angel facing left, which weren't used by either Dixon or Scott. I'll try to pick through their differences sometime soon.