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Latest Newsletter:

No 7 - March 2021 - Click here to read - Includes: An unrecorded Mansell reward card set 'Illustrated Tales for the Young - A wooden sewing box with Lovers Seat Hasting in the inner lid - See Saw Marjorie Daw and Birth of the Saviour both added Le Blond Baxter page, how to tell the difference - An in depth review of The Birth of the Saviour, the print, the music sheets and the newly discovered book 'The Pictorial Expository Family Bible' - Baxter 1860 Retirement sale including images of the complete catalogue - Also updates to our 'Baxter Addresses' and Paul Braddon pages

Past Newsletters:

No 6 - January 2021 - Click here to read - Includes: The Dogs of St Bernard an in-depth study reveals TWO paintings and an unrecorded wood engraving - Baxter's HRH Prince Albert used as the basis for a box of Thomas Jackson's Cachou Aromatise - Le Blond's Brothers Water, was it his own design? - Paul Braddon painting of Baxter birthplace - Baxter's Map of the Victories of Napoleon III - full details which reveals some interesting facts - Read about George Baxter Military history!! - An unrecorded Le Blond gold bordered mount

No 5 - May 2020 - Click here to read - Includes: Holy Family, an in depth study include unrecorded music sheets - Southdown Sheep, two unrecorded books, full details - Andrew Holland of Boston, was he a Baxter apprentice? - A unique document describing how Baxter made his glaze - A Oil Painting of Australia News from Home in auction for the 2nd time - England's Queen and Prince Albert an in depth study include the rare book they appeared in - Kronheim sheets of John Bunyan, the book discovered after 160 years - William Dickes premises, two interesting videos - J Baxter invoices from 1829-31 advertising George Baxter

No 4 - January 2020 - Click here to read - Includes: Le Blond Baxter - how can you tell the difference, The Bride and Duke of Wellington added - an unrecorded set of Sarreguemine plates using Baxter prints as the basis for design - Items added to our 'Can you help?' - Baxter 'agents' in Germany - Mansell prints on Mansell Lace cards - New items added to our Needle box 'chat' - About Prints, detailed write up of John Wesley Missionary ship and the pair of prints of Australia, original Baxter watercolours and all - A rare piece of Ephemera? - Baxter engravings in Fleet Street

No 3 - April 2019 - Click here to read - Includes: The NEC and 'Back in Fashion - The prints of George Baxter' - Baxter's Print of Verona - Baxter's Abolition of Slavery - Le Blond the unrecorded different versions of Crystal Palace Sydenham - Le Blond the NEW discovery of different versions of International Exhibition 1862 - Kronheim sheets, their use discovered - Baxter Prints on Postage stamps - Geoff Snowden's talks about Valentine cards & Joseph Mansell - An interesting Baxter Aide-Memoire - A visit to Joseph Mansell's work by Charles Dickens! - The City University, Northampton Road celebrates Baxter

No 2 - February 2019 - Click here to read - Includes: Baxter prints in Japan - New Baxter Society at the NEC - Prof Michael Twyman writes about Baxter and Chromolithography - Le Blond Baxters, how can you tell, more added - Baxter's Apprentices - The Story of Gregory, Collins & Reynolds - Vincent Brooks on postage stamps! - All Baxter's Addresses - Update on the New Hall Vault 'Snooker Table' sale

No 1 - June 2018 - Click here to read - Includes: The plates and blocks for Baxter's Reconciliation - Baxter & Needle Boxes - Le Blond Baxters, how can you tell? - Fakes & Forgeries - CL 111 Not  a Baxter Print after all - An interesting find, Kronheim dominos - The New Hall Vault Sale - Auction sale in Australia

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