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This fragment of a dish, either a plate or a saucer, was recovered during the archeological monitoring of the Last Chance Store in Council Grove in 2016. On the bottom of the dish the nearly complete maker's mark from potter John Alcock is shown. John Alcock operated his pottery in Cobridge, Staffordshire, England from 1850 until 1861. Additional advertising on the dish notes the piece to be "Imperial Ironstone China."

Date: 1850-1861

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Item Number: 439539
Call Number: 14MO367-1699-29
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 439539

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