Author Topic: Pressed glass vase RD 410631, 1903 – precise registration details, please?  (Read 77 times)

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Offline agincourt17

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A bit of a mystery - a cylindrical pressed glass vase, the sides decorated in an imitation cut design, and the inside base bearing design registration number 410631 (which would have been registered between 22 May 1903 and 3 June 1903).

(Permission for the re-use of this image on the GMB granted by 7877cairns).

Not listed in Thompson, Slack only lists RD numbers up to 1900, and too early for the ‘Blue Book’. The number has been double-checked in case it was originally misread.

Does anyone have any more information regarding the precise registration details for RD 410631, please?

Fred.


Offline Paul S.

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nope............            But I hope to get to Kew later this week, so will look at the details for you.


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I was going to say that perhaps we're at cross-purposes with this one, but I think the Kew pattern is the same as in your picture Fred  -  just that the definition in your photograph isn't too good, and of course the shape is different.
Let me know if there's something wrong  -  and Class 4 as we suspected.


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Thank you, Paul.

The pattern is obviously the same in my photo and in the design representation.

There are, however, two unresolved questions – the name of the registrant and the registration date?

Fred.


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I knew there was something missing ;) :-[       ....   will do best to rectify in due course.

Confusingly, it seems that there are a few groups of Rd. Nos. where there appears to be more than one Register book (not the Representations part), with details regarding the Registrant's name.   
This particular Rd. No. is part of just such a group and seems I've photographed the part which omits the name.


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Thank you, Paul - no problem.

Fred.


 

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