Doulton Burslem England printed black mark. This was a standard mark in use from 1882. From 1891 England was added, as in this example, and from around 1930 Made In England was added. It will either be impressed or stamped.
Royal Doulton England impressed mark. This mark was in use from c1902-1922 and again from c1927-1936.
Royal Doulton standard impressed mark. Similar to the previous mark but without the crown. This mark was in use from c1922 to c1956.
Royal Doulton England printed black mark with lion on crown, c1902-1922. This mark can occasionally be seen on items from c1923-1927.
Royal Doulton England mark alongside the Dewar's Whisky mark. This stamp belonged to an item from the Kingsware range first produced in 1899. This range mostly produced pottery whisky flasks for firms such as Dewar's. These flasks would typically be of a dark treacle glaze with some type of embossed decoration, occasionally with silver fittings. A rarer yellow glaze was also produced .
Royal Doulton Made In England printed black mark, with no crown, in use mainly during the late 1920s.
Royal Doulton printed mark in use after 1932. The numbers to the right of the crown can be used to date the piece. Add this number to 1927 to obtain the year of production - in this case 1927+25 = Year of production 1952. The letter A to the left of the crown was a mark added to pieces between c1939-1955.
Royal Doulton standard printed mark. This example shows the pattern and pattern code printed below the mark, Bow Falls Banff National Park.
Royal Doulton England mark from a miniature series figurine. This example illustrates the figurines name and code - Bridesmaid M30, and also the decorator. This particular figurine was produced from 1932 to 1945.
Royal Doulton Made In England Bone China printed mark. This pottery mark was initially used on all Fine Bone China products between 1928 and 1959 and is still currently in use by Royal Doulton on most bone china products.
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