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From 1870 to 1963 impressed datemarks were used - on earthenware from 1870 until 1957 and on bone china and fine stone from 1870 until 1963.These take the form of a letter over two numbers, for example J over 33, which would give you a date of January 1933.This means formerly Spode as the name continued to be used because the Spode brand had become so well-known.Above is an unusual backstamp which includes the name of the pottery body (ie recipe).This content tends to be superficially innocent and light, but upon closer examination reveals a twisted, diabolical malevolence and passive aggressive Machiavellian instinct that can only mean Simon's ultimate goal for the Yogscast is total world domination.These videos generally fall into two basic yet far-reaching categories, which are: Simon Sings, and Simon Plays.with particular backstamps and are a little complicated.
He is known for playing a dwarf in any situation he can.
Simon is the creative force behind The Yogscast, known as the singer of "Diggy Diggy Hole" and "The Man of a Thousand Voices, all of which sound oddly similar".
Simon’s charm, wit and endearing silliness are unmatched. Simon has, on rare occasions, managed to hijack the Blue Xephos channel on You Tube, enabling him to post content in which he is the central character.
They can look insignificant and be difficult to read but once you know what to look for then you can date a piece quite accurately.
(From c1770-1870 datemarks were not used except around the 1860s when a series of impressed marks was used for which the full code is not known).