It will be noted that in the book numbered 26, the pattern numbers begin again with RA-1.
By this time, of course, the lion and crown badge was in use so there need be no confusion.
On smaller wares, only the bottom half of this mark (i.e. Although B.8 was generally used between 19 B.7 is occasionally found on wares made during these years.
This mark which differs from B.7 by the omission of the crown was in use between 19. The bottom part only of this mark is found on smaller wares up to the present day and by itself is not a useful indication of date.
Hand-painted, and largely hand-painted, wares designed and decorated by Robert Allen and artists in his studios, were often given RA-numbers, written by hand, in addition to the usual trade-mark and any other number.The crowns on member's profiles reflect their reputation and behavior on the platform.These are earned organically through having an active membership, contributing through blogs, comments, status' and photos; as well as reputation points being awarded or deducted in response to how other members interact with your profile and its content.Differing from B.7 by the addition of the words MADE IN ENGLAND, this mark was commonly in use after 1932.However, the exact date of introduction is not known.
The coronet was probably added to the earlier mark c. The Prince of Wales' (later King Edward VI 1), ENGLAND was added underneath after 1891. It appears to have been used instead of B.3 especially on bone china products and on the more expensive earthen wares.