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GossCollectorsClub
Founded in 1970 as an International Society for collectors of Goss and other Crested China.
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GossCollectorsClub Sep 19
Any more questions regarding this query or any other goss or crested items please tweet your enquiry.
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GossCollectorsClub Sep 19
This picture shows the two differences.
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GossCollectorsClub Sep 19
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Continuing- the others with the monogram PL & the slogan Peace with Honour, both designs bearing the motto Imperium et Libertas (Empire & Freedom) The PL version is found with 2 designs of the scroll or banner ribbon for the slogan.
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GossCollectorsClub Sep 19
In reply to your query about the photo. The following is the answer. It is of Goss Manufacture for The Primrose League. There are three versions - one named Primrose League with a crown & single primrose,
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GossCollectorsClub Aug 30
A date for the future. The Goss Collectors Club 2020 AGM & Fair is to be held at The Moat House Hotel Festival Way Stoke on Trent, over the weekend 18 & 19 April 2020. This will be the start of the Clubs 50th year. Will you be part of it.
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GossCollectorsClub Aug 30
Maughold Cross by Carlton. Have you seen this model before? Items such as this may be available in the club auction. 300 to 500 items listed every month, surely it worth joining.
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GossCollectorsClub Aug 29
August Magazine Cover. Very seasonal. Why not join our Club and see what the pages reveal. Click on the link for further details.
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GossCollectorsClub Aug 29
An unusual Market Cross. Miss discribed in some listing as Woodhouse Eves Market Cross. (Woodhouse Eves doe not have a Market Cross.) This is in fact South Sheffield believed to have been in North East Derbyshire until boundary changes. Google shows a photo exactly same.
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GossCollectorsClub Aug 29
St Marys Lighthouse Whitley Bay, with the Crest - Duke of Northumberland, Manor of Whitley Bay. A beautifull model still desirable by some for their collection.
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GossCollectorsClub Aug 27
An unusual Yorkshire item. The inscription on the model says it all.
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GossCollectorsClub Aug 27
Buxton Market Cross. A not often seen model. Does it attract your attention!! The Goss Collectors Club runs a monthly auction with the likes of this item. Follow the link to join our club.
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GossCollectorsClub May 10
Your HELP needed please. Do you live or pass this memorial or know of it, please please any information what so ever. Location? who was it erected to? It is a Crested China Model but to who and where is it. Any Ideas welcome.
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GossCollectorsClub Apr 8
The March cover shows a collection of coloured animals that are available in the April auction. Don't forget the fair on Sunday 14 April 9am & AGM 1.30pm.
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GossCollectorsClub Mar 17
One month today to our AGM and fair, to be held at the holiday Inn Telford again. On 14th April 2019. The fair is open from 9am until 12pm. The members agm will follow at 1.30pm. All will be welcome to the fair & meet fellow collectors. Hope to see you there.
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GossCollectorsClub Mar 17
The February front cover shows a rare military crest being offered in the auction. The back shows the 2 sizes of Lady Godiva.
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GossCollectorsClub Jan 28
The start of another year of special items on the cover of the January magazine.
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GossCollectorsClub Nov 12
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The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery Nov 11
This little ornament sums up the hopes for peace and that the boys would soon “come home”. It is on display in our exhibition ‘Commemorating Conflict, which closes on 18th November.
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GossCollectorsClub Nov 2
Octobers back and front cover shows the amazing skill of long ago. The little vase is only 6 inches tall.
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GossCollectorsClub Sep 30
October,s magazine again shows the wonderful designs that were produced so long ago.
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