Maybe I'm reading this wrongly, but doesn't Paul say quite clearly in:
"Re: Webb carved blue and clear plates
« Reply #1 on: October 17, 2010, 02:55:23 PM »"
then the date range would appear to be circa 1935 - 39.
Then it's corrected to:
'1935 - 49'.
So why all the fuss and the circa? Surely, its reasonable for us to understand what Paul was saying?
As for your comment about being an expert Bernard, I have to agree with you .....that we
probably regard ourselves as 'specialists'. However, maybe it's for others to regard you as an expert, whatever you may feel about it? After all it's quite a compliment
Interestingly we are all tending to refer to a book that is 23 years old for marks - BGbtW. It's appendix was not regarded as comprehensive when published. An observation that propelled me to Charles Hajdamach's 20th Century British Glass
to see if he had done something more comprehensive. Answer - nothing at all
Bit of a missed opportunity, that I hadn't noticed 'til now.