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US Pottery Marks

1-7 Crown Pottery (Cont'd)
8-9 Cushman, Paul. Albany, N. Y. 1805-1825. Impressed.
10-2 Dedham Pottery Co. Dedham, Mass. 1897.
13-4 Delaware Pottery, Trenton,N. J. Established 1884.
15-8 Denver China & Pottery Co. Denver, Colo.
19 Derry China Co. Derry Station, Pa.
20-21 Dick, Jacob. Tuscarawas County, Ohio. c. 1835. Impressed.
22 Dillon, C. & Co., Albany, N. Y. About 1835.
23 Dipple, A. G. Lewisburg, Pa. c. 1890. Impressed.
24 Drach, Rudolf, Bedminster, Pa. 1780-1800.
25 Dry,(Drey), John or Dry Bros. Dryville, Pa. 1804-c. 1850. Inscribed.
26 Dry Bros. from about 1850.
27-32 East End Pottery Co. E. Liverpool, Ohio.
33 East Liverpool Potteries Co., E. Liverpool, Ohio. From 1890.
34 East Morrisania China Works, New York, N. Y.
35-37 East Palestine Pottery Co. E. Palestine, Ohio.
38-40 East Trenton Pottery Co., Trenton, N. J. Established 1888.
41-42 Eberley, J. S., Strasburg, Va. 1880-1906. Impressed.
43 Edmunds, B. & Co. Charlestown, Mass. c. 1856. Impressed.
44-46 Empire Pottery, Trenton, N. J. 1863-1875. (Coxon & Co.)


US Pottery Marks

1 Enterprise Pottery, Trenton, N. J. Established 1880.
2-4 Faience Mfg. Co. Greenpoint, N. Y. 1880-1892. Printed.
5 Farrar, Isaac B. Fairfax, Vt. About 1798-1838.
6-8 Fell & Thropp Co. Trenton, N. J.
9 Fenton & Hancock, St. Johnsbury, Vt. (1859-1870). Impressed.
10 Fenton, C. W. Bennington, Vt. From about 1847 to 1849.
11 Fenton, Jonathan. Forset, Vt. 1801-1810. Impressed.
12 Fenton, L. W., St. Johnsbury, Vt. (1829-59) . Impressed.
13 Field, L. F. Utica, N. Y. c. 1860-70.
14 Figley, Joseph. Newport, Ohio. c. 1850. Impressed.
15 Fisher, J. C. Hartford, Conn. 1805-12. Impressed
16 Florentine Pottery Co., Chillicothe, Ohio.
17-21 Ford China Co., Ford City, Pa. Late 19th Century.
22 Frackleton, S. S. Milwaukee, Wis. Late 19th century.
23 Franklin Pottery Co., Franklin, Ohio. 1880-84. Impressed.
24 French China Co., Sebring, Ohio.
25-31 Fulper Bros. Flemington, N. J. 1805 through 19th cent. Impressed.
32 Furman, Noah, about 1840-1856. Cheesequake, N. J.
33 Funkhouser, L. D., Strasburg, Va. 1899-1905. Impressed.
34 Galloway & Graff, Philadelphia, Pa. Established 1868.
35 Gans, H. Lancaster County, Pa. about 1870.



US Pottery Marks


1-3 Geijsbeek Pottery Co., Golden, Colo. Established 1899.
4 Gerlach, C. Pennsylvania. Inscribed on redware.
5-35 Glasgow Pottery Co.( John Moses &Sons), Trenton, N. J. 1863-1890.



US Pottery Marks


36-41 Globe Pottery Co., E. Liverpool, Ohio. Established 1888.
42 Goodale, Daniel, Hartford, Conn. 1818-1830. Impressed.
43 Goodale & Stedman, Hartford, 1822.
44-48 Goodwin, John, E. Liverpool, Ohio. 1844-53.
49 Goodwin, Seth. Hartford, Conn. 1795-1828.
50 Goodwin, Thomas O., Goodwin, Harvey, Hartford, Conn. 1820-1870.
51 Goodwin & Webster, Hartford, Conn. 1810-50. Impressed.


US Pottery Marks


1 Greber Pottery, Upper Hanover, Montgomery County, Pa. 1848-1855.
2-8 Greenwood Pottery (Stephens & Tams), Trenton, N. J. Established 1861.
9-13 Griffen, Smith & Hill, Phoenixville, Pa. Established 1879-1890.
14-18 Grueby Faience Co., Boston, Mass. Established 1897.
19 Haig, Thomas, Philadelphia, Pa. 1812-1833. Hall, E. ( See W. P. Harris) .
20 Hamilton & Jones, Greensboro, Pa. c. 1870. Impressed or in blue.
21 Hamilton, Clem, Tuscarawas County, Ohio. c. 1870. Impressed.
22-23 Hamilton, James (Eagle Pottery) , Greensboro, Pa. 1844 to about 1890.
24 Hamlyn, George, Bridgeton, N. J. c. 1835. Impressed.



US Pottery Marks


25-28 Hampshire Pottery Co. J. S.Taft & Co.), Keene, N. H. Established 1871.
29 Hanks & Fish, Swan Hill Pottery, South Amboy, N. J. 1849.
30-33 Harker Pottery Co., E. Liver-pool, Ohio. From 1890.
30 Harker, Taylor & Co., existed 1847-51.
34 Harris, Thomas, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. Established 1863. Impressed.
35 Harris, W. P., Newton, Tuscarawas, Ohio. 1828-56. Impressed
36-37 Hastings & Belding, Ashfield, Mass. 1850-54. Impressed.
38 Haxton & Co., Ft. Edward, N. Y. Established 1875. Impressed.
39 Headman, Andrew, Rock Hill, Pa. 1806-1840.
40- 41 Headman, Charles, Rock Hill, Pa. 1840-70.



US Pottery Marks


1 Heighshoe, S. E., Somerset, Ohio. c. 1850. Impressed.
2 Hemphill, Joseph, Philadelphia, Pa. 1833-38. Painted in red.
3-7 D. & J. Henderson, Jersey City, N. J. 1829-33. Marks impressed.
8 Henne, J. S., Shartlesville, Pa. About 1800. Impressed.
9 Hewitt, Isaac, Prices Landing, Pa. 1870-80. In blue.
10. Higgins, A. D. Cleveland, Ohio. 1837-50. Impressed.
11 Hopkins, John, Seneca County, Ohio. c. 1835. Impressed.
12 Houghton, Edwin (Dalton Pottery), Dalton, Ohio. 1864-1890. Impressed.
13 Hubener, George, Vincent, Pa. 1783-98.
14-15 Irelan Linna, San Francisco, Calif. Established 1899.
16 Jeffords, J. E. & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 1868-90. Printed.
17 Jones, Evan B., Pittston, Pa. c. 1880. Impressed.
18 Kelley, Peter, Philadelphia, Pa. c. 1840. Impressed.
19 Keystone Pottery Co., Trenton, N. J.



US Pottery Marks

20 Kline, Phillip, Carversville, Pa. c. 1808.
21 Klinker, Christian, Bucksville, Pa. About 1772-92.
22 Klugh, Jesse, Morgantown, Pa. 1874.
23-32 Knowles, Taylor & Knowles, E. Liverpool, Ohio. From 1870.



US Pottery Marks


1-24 Knowles, Taylor & Knowles (Cont'd).
25 Krumeich, B. J., Newark, N. J. c. 1845 -60. Impressed
26 Kurlbaum & Schwartz, Philadelphia, Pa. c. 1853. Impressed.
27 Lathrop, Charles, Norwich, Conn. c. 1792. Impressed.
28-36 Homer Laughlin China Co., E. Liverpool, Ohio. Established 1874. Printed.



US Pottery Marks

37-38 Lehew & Co., Strasburg, Va. Established 1885. Impressed.
39 Lehman, Louis, Poughkeepsie,N.Y. 1852-56. Impressed.
40 Letts, Joshua, Cheesequake, N. J. 1810-1815.
41 Louis, Lehman & Philip Riedinger, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 1855.
42-43 Leman, Johannes, Tyler's Port, Pa. c. 1830.
44 Lewis, Henry, Huntington, N. H. Before 1827. Impressed.
45 Lewis & Lewis, Huntington, N. Y. 1854-63. Impressed.
46 Lewis & Gardiner, Huntington, N. Y. 1827-1854. Impressed.
47-49 Link, Christian, Stonetown, Pa. From 1870. Impressed.
50-53 Lonhuda Pottery, Steubenville, Ohio. Established 1892.

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