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Post  Ev on Thu 27 Sep - 7:41

There are boxes and boxes of stamps at Te Toi Uku and these give all sorts of information, especially time frames and styles.  They are works of art in themselves.

These ones intrigue me as these stamps have been made and used and they are in the Database, but we don't have them on the site yet.

Picadilly Pat.No.776 is in the same style as Autumn Splendour so dates from the early 60's

Christessa d589 is by Kelston Ceramics and is most likely from the 1970's

Petite Fleur d33600 is from the 1980's as it has 5 digits.  Stamp says dishwasher safe.

Bayfield d421 is from the Avondale Selection so from the 1970's.
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