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These figurines were marked in various related ways: "Made In US Zone", "Made In US Zone - Germany", "US Zone - Germany", "US Zone", "Made in US Zone" and "Made in Germany".These stamps indicated that the figurines were produced in the occupied zone of Germany.is often red clay, and there are some North Carolina potters who used red clay. Of course there are lots more, but if you have a piece of pottery with a red clay base, this is a start. (A quick aside about Alamo and Gilmer: Alamo and Gilmer potteries were related companies and used many of the same designs — some originally from famous Texas potter Harding Black.

If you pick up a piece of pottery and it has identifying marks such as a name or logo, you can easily determine the maker. This is a good place to start to identify the country of origin, if it is not shown.

An older version of a figurine can command a much higher price than one which was made at a later date.

It's also important for authenticating a figurine as one lacking one of the following marks is quite likely to be a forgery. Hummel company, sometimes rare and undocumented variations have been known to surface.

These are referred to as the Stylized Bee Mark and signified the move to TMK-3.

Between 19 yet another variation was used - still incorporating the stylized bee but adding three lines of text.

Welcome to The Prudent Collector where we we have prepared a guide showing you how to date and authenticate your Hummel figurines according to their trademark stamps.

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Dating Van Briggle Pottery ­ Van Briggle Bottom Markings ­ Van Briggle Pottery Styles ­ Van Briggle Glazes ­ Van Briggle Clays ­ Van Briggle Pottery Photo. 
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Van Briggle actual marking of years was basically nonexistent after 1920. Fire, flood, and several different owners all contributed to the myriad of bottom markings. 
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Van Briggle Pottery Dating, Van Briggle Pottery History, Antique Van Briggle Pottery, Artus Van Briggle, Anne Van Briggle, Colorado Pottery, Colorado Springs. 
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About the author. Kathy Honea is a Van Briggle collector, and recently authored the book "Van Briggle Notes," which covers the period from Artus Van Briggle's birth. 
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This page will explore known Van Briggle Pottery marks used by the company over the years. This website will show the various marks used by the Van Briggle Pottery. 
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Van Briggle Pottery. this article to show all the differences in all the shapes so we'll look at five shapes that illustrate the problems in dating Van Briggle. 
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Learn more about Van Briggle pottery including the history and how these Arts & Crafts wares were marked, which lends to dating them. 
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Tips to identify pottery styles, glazes, clay colors, founders, designs, and values of collectible Van Briggle pottery dating from the late 1800s to the present 
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