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Author Topic: Not Whitefriars/Webb?  (Read 2119 times)

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Not Whitefriars/Webb?
« on: October 02, 2005, 09:50:01 AM »
I uploaded these onto the "Is It Whitefriars" site quite a while ago but still don't know what they are.

6 inches high

Just over 2½ inches high

It has been suggested on that the yellow vase might be Webb. Though a similar green one appears in auctions May 2001.

If not Whitefriars then what can they be?  :?

Any help (comments) would be much appreciated. Thank you.  :)
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Not Whitefriars/Webb?
« Reply #1 on: October 16, 2005, 11:40:42 PM »
Tigerchips.... 2 whole votes say it's not Whitefriars - that's something like 99.85% abstaining! I still say it could be - it looks sort-of familiar from paging through the Wealdstone range catalogue in the MoL Book.

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