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Sandy Burleigh, Rochester, Kent

Goss pro­duced th­ese charm­ing pieces from 1888 af­ter re­ceiv­ing per­mis­sion from a va­ri­ety of towns to use their crests. Th­ese were mass-pro­duced by the Fal­con Pot­tery in many shapes – from old boots to pots with lids. The bet­ter money lies with ce­ramic mod­els of fa­mous Bri­tish build­ings – and th­ese are far more colour­ful. Some build­ings and cot­tages can fetch sev­eral hun­dred pounds. Most Goss pieces will cost be­tween £5 and £50.

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