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These records detail tableware type, the decoration, and the painter, but the simpler apprentice sets and transfer printed sets appear to have no clear record of what each set looks like.

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The date included is the year of introduction of the design, not the date of manufacture.

In January 1989 new factory stamps were phased in with N in place of the M and soon afterward black numbers were introduced.

From 1877 the year number was dropped in favour of the letter system which carried on the same sequence.

In 1890 the capital letter changed to a small letter and started again but the sequence was only to last for one year.

These numbers were replaced with grey ones in August 1989 to reduce their visual impact.

1893 – 1 dot each side of crown 1894 – 2 dots left 1 right 1895 – 2 dots left 2 right 1896 – 3 dots left 2 right 1897 – 3 dots left 3 right 1898 – 4 dots left 3 right 1899 – 4 dots left 4 right 1900 – 5 dots left 4 right 1901 – 5 dots left 5 right 1902 – 6 dots left 5 right 1903 – 6 dots left 6 right1904 – plus 1 dot under circle 1905 – plus 2 dots under circle 1906 – plus 3 dots under circle 1907 – plus 4 dots under circle 1908 – plus 5 dots under circle 1909 – plus 6 dots under circle 1910 – plus 7 dots under circle 1911 – plus 8 dots under circle 1912 – plus 9 dots under circle 1913 – plus 10 dots under circle 1914 – plus 11 dots under circle 1915 – plus 12 dots under circle This dating system continued until 1915 when 24 dots are arranged around the standard printed mark.

After 1956 the letter W was nearly always substituted with a letter R in a circle, i.e. From 1966 no date coding system was used, but on tableware the year the pattern was introduced is stated next to the pattern name.

In 1974 the current format of factory stamp was adopted.

After 1963 no Worcester dating system is used but patterns are all named and bear the date that they were first introduced.

This continued until 1963 when 13 dots are arranged around the W.