Impressed marks in Minton Bone China

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Rochwen
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Sun May 09, 2021 8:21 pm

I've recently inherited some minton china, and have been able to identify and date most of the pieces. However a handful of the saucers have different impressed marks than the others, and I can't find any information on them. Hoping you could help!

Pattern is a4807 "Minton rose".
They have the globe, crown and laurels underglaze mark (dates 1912-50)

The imprint in question is the 3-digit, hyphenated impressed mark under the impressed Minton name.
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