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The Proof, courtesy Jim Drummond

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The Proof, courtesy Jim Drummond

Post  HeatherT on Thu 12 Feb - 19:05

Today I had another trip to Drummonds....

Jim found these out back...











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Re: The Proof, courtesy Jim Drummond

Post  Ev on Thu 12 Feb - 19:07

Brilliant !! Awesome !! Fantastic !! Fabulous!! and :party:
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Re: The Proof, courtesy Jim Drummond

Post  HeatherT on Thu 15 Oct - 23:01

...and despite what has been said about people going to all the trouble of stamping the crown lynn backstamp on these supposed chinese jars...common sense tells us and some serious collectors are convinced...these are Crown Lynn Ginger Jars. Shocked
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The Crown Lynn Backstamped Ginger Jar

Post  HeatherT on Sun 29 Nov - 17:32

The aforesaid jar is now in my collection..thank you John. Very Happy
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Re: The Proof, courtesy Jim Drummond

Post  Ev on Tue 1 Dec - 11:20

I just noticed your post Heather!!!!!!
in the sidebar scrolly thingy
CONGRATULATIONS bounce
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There are at least two marked examples

Post  Rocke316 on Sun 21 Nov - 19:12

After re-reading this interesting topic, I remembered that I had recorded that a green ginger jar with a Crown Lynn mark was sold on Trademe in 2004. It was the darker of the two greens, it had no lid and it sold for $35. How long will it be until another marked example turns up?.

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Re: The Proof, courtesy Jim Drummond

Post  HeatherT on Mon 22 Nov - 20:28

Hooray!! There is another one then!! Very Happy
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Why would you bother?

Post  Rocke316 on Mon 22 Nov - 20:46

I'm inclined to agree with your previous comment Heather, why would anyone bother copying the Crown Lynn mark onto the ginger jars? I'm sure that there would be bettter things to be copying if one was that good!. All we really need to know is, who will be the next forum member to own a marked Crown Lynn ginger jar?? I'll be looking high & low! LOL Rolling Eyes

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Re: The Proof, courtesy Jim Drummond

Post  HeatherT on Mon 22 Nov - 20:51

You can only begin to imagine how incredulous I was when Jim and Manos produced the jar that day...we had had so many differing opinions and had been round and round in circles but felt the colours tied in with the seppelt bottles, the clay was the same as other crown lynn pieces and ..there was so much history behind this post!! It riles me when I see the flippant comments made on trademe alluding to them not being crown lynn. Mad Very Happy
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