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United States Pottery Marks

1-2 Low Art Tile Co., Chelsea, Mass. Established 1887-1888.
3 Lycett, Edward, Atlanta, Ga. Established 1890.
4 Lyman, Fenton & Co., Bennington, Vt. 1849-58.
5 Madden, J. M., Rondout, N. Y. c. 1870. Impressed.
6-7 Thomas Maddock & Sons, Trenton, N. J. Established 1882.
8 Thomas Maddock's Sons Co., Trenton, N. J. From 1902.
9-11 Maddock Pottery Co., Trenton, N. J. From 1893.
12-13 John Maddock & Sons, Trenton, N. J. From 1894.
14 Mann, John, Rahway, N. J. Established 1830. Impressed.
15 Markell, Immon & Co., Akron, Ohio. c. 1869. Impressed.
16 Marteen, W., Pennsylvania. c. 1875. Impressed.

United States Pottery Marks

17-25 Maryland Pottery Co. (D. F.Haynes & Co.), Baltimore, Md.
26 Mason & Russel, Cortland, N. Y. c. 1870. Impressed.
27-29 Matt Morgan Art Pottery Co.,Cincinnati, Ohio. Established 1883.
30-38 Mayer Pottery Co., Beaver Falls, Pa. Established 1881.

United States Pottery Marks

1-12 Mayer Pottery Co.,(Contd).
13 Mayers, W. S., Roseville, Ohio. c. 1870. In blue.
14 McCarthy Bros., Somerville, Mass. c. 1870. Impressed.
15-16 McLaughlin, M. L., Cincinnati, Ohio. Established 1876.
17 D. E. McNichol Pottery Co., E. Liverpool, Ohio. From 1892.
18-20 I. M. Mead & Co., Atwater, Ohio. c. 1850. Impressed.
21 Mear, Frederick, Boston, Mass. c. 1840. Impressed.
22 Medinger, Jacob, Neiffer, Pa. c. 1880-1930.
23 Mellick, H. H., Roseville, Ohio. c. 1875. Impressed.

United States Pottery Marks

24-37 Mercer Pottery Co., Trenton, N. J. Established 1868-69.
38-39 Mercer, Henry C., Moravian Pottery & Tile Works.
40 Merrill, Edwin H., Springfield, Ohio. c. 1835. Impressed.
41-42 Merrimac Ceramic Co., Newburyport, Mass. Established 1897.

United States Pottery Marks

1-2 Middle Lane Pottery, E. Hampton, N. Y. about 1890.
3-4 Millington, Astbury & Poulson, Trenton, N. J. 1859-70.
5 Miner, William, Symmes Creek, Ohio. c. 1869. Impressed.
6 Monmouth Pottery Co., Monmouth, Ill. About 1890.
7 Morris & Willmore, Trenton, N. J.
8 Mosaic Tile Co., Zanesville, Ohio.
9 Morgan, D., New York, N. Y. c. 1794-1804. Impressed.
10-3 George C. Murphy Pottery Co., E. Liverpool, Ohio.
14 Myers & Hall, Mogadore, Ohio. c. 1873. Impressed.
15 E. & G. Nash, Utica, N. Y. About 1820. Impressed.
16 New Castle Pottery Co., New Castle, Pa.
17-48 Newcomb Pottery, New Orleans, La. Established 1896.
23-48 are decorators marks.
49-57 New England Pottery Co., Boston, Mass. Established 1875.
49 Printed mark, 1878-1883.
50 c.1880.
51 c.1886-88.
52 c.1886.
53 c.1883-1886.
54 c.1887.
57 c.1888-89.
56 c. 1889-95.

United States Pottery Marks

New Jersey Pottery Co., Trenton, N. J. 1869-1883.
2-8 New Milford Pottery Co., New Milford, Conn. Established 1886.
9 Nichols & Boynton, Burlington, Vt. c. 1856. Impressed.
10 Nichols & Alford, Burlington, Vt. c. 1854-1856.
11-12 Norton, Luman, Bennington, Vt.
11 1823-28.
12 1828-33
13 L. Norton & Son, Bennington, Vt. 1833-40. Impressed.
14-17 Julius Norton, Bennington, Vt. (1841-44)(1847-50). Impressed.
18 Norton & Fenton, Bennington, Vt. 1844-47. Impressed.
19 J. & E. Norton, Bennington, Vt. 1850-59. Impressed.
20 J. & E. Norton Co., Bennington, Vt. 1859-61. Impressed.
21 J. Norton & Co., Bennington, Vt. 1859-61. Impressed.
22 E. & L. P. Norton, Bennington, Vt. 1861-81. Impressed.
23 Edward Norton, Bennington, Vt. 1881-83. Impressed.
24-27 Edward Norton & Co., Bennington, Vt. 1883-94.
28-29 Ohio China Co., E. Palestine, Ohio.
30 Ohio Valley China Co., Wheeling, W. Va. 1890-95.

United States Pottery Marks

1-2 Ohio Valley China Co.(Cont'd)
3-4 Ohr, George E. Biloxi, Miss. 1890- 1900.
5-6 Oliver China Co., Sebring, Ohio. Established 1899.
Onondaga Pottery Co., Syracuse,
14 Orcutt, Belding & Co., Ashfield, Mass. 1848-50. Impressed.
15 Orcutt, Guildford & Co., Ashfield, Mass. 1848-50. Impressed.
16 Walter Orcutt & Co., Ashfield, Mass. 1848-50. Impressed.
17 Orcutt, Humiston & Co., Troy, N. Y. c. 1850-60. Impressed.
18-32 Ott & Brewer, Trenton, N. J. 867-92. The word "BELLEEK" was N. Y.
32 about 1867.
33-35 J. B. Owens Pottery Co., Zanesville, Ohio. 1885-92.

United States Pottery Marks

1 Paul, Samuel, Pennsylvania.
2-3 Pauline Pottery, Edgerton, Wis. Established 1883.
2 Impressed on early pieces. Printed on later wares.
3 about 1888.
4 Penna. Museum & School of Industrial Art. Established 1903.
5-7 Pen Yan Pottery, Yates County, N. Y. about 1830-1850.
8-5 Peoria Pottery Co., Peoria, Ill. 1873-94.
16-17 Perry, Mary C., Detroit, Mich.
18 Peyrau, A., New York City, 1891.
19 Phoenix Pottery, Phoenixville, Pa. Established 1867.
20-28 Pioneer Pottery Co., Wellsville, Ohio. 1885-1896.
21-22 Morley & Co. 1879-1885.

United States Pottery Marks

29 Pfaltzgraff Pottery, York, Pa. c. 1840-1900. Impressed.
30 C. & H. Poillon, Woodbridge, N.J.
31-41 Potters Cooperative Co., E. Liverpool, Ohio. Established 1892.
42-43 Price, Xerxes, Sayreville, N. J. About 1802. Impressed.
44-48 Prospect Hill Pottery Co., Trenton, N. J. Established 1880.

United States Pottery Marks

1-3 Purdy, Solomon, Atwater, Ohio. c. 1820. Impressed.
4 Pruden, John, Elizabeth, N. J. About 1830-76. Impressed.
5 Quigley, S.,Cincinnati3Ohio. c. 1834. This mark questionable.
6-7 Read, Thomas, Newport, Ohio. 1850-1865. Impressed.
8 Remmey,John III, New York, N. Y. 1799-1814. On brown stoneware.
9-11 Remmey, Richard C.,Philadelphia, Pa. Established about 1859.
12 Rice, Prosper, Putnam, Ohio. 1827-1850. Impressed.
13 Richey & Hamilton, Palatine, W. Va. c. 1875. Mark in blue.
14 Risley, Sidney, Norwich, Conn. About 1836. Impressed.
15-16 Robertson Art Tile Co., Morrisville, Pa.
17 Rogers, John, New York, N. Y. About 1860 to 1890.
18-30 Rookwood Pottery, Cincinnati, Ohio. Established 1879.
2 1881-1883.
27 1886.
28 1887.
29 1895.
27-29 are generally impressed. A dot was added yearly after 1886.

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