Stamp number 133

Stamp No 133
form Platter
fabric TN
excavation May 1916
context Unknown
present Reading Museum
inventory 1992.1.1725
vr_cat_no R19
potter No 86
Die No 04B01
def Y
pos R
comment Die 04B01
V133
Radial. TN - hard pale fine sandy matrix; dark B/G surfaces; polished upper, matt lower. Reading:- /\/O[?NICOS?]. 1. 1 fine IC.

name1 Nonico**
name2
comment NA FABRIC A 14180X. NA FABRIC B 14179U.
The Nonicos firm was an important producer of TN but no dies have been identified at Sheepen
DIES 01A01, 02C01, 03B01, 04B01, 05Z01 - an abbreviation
DIE-STYLES at least 3 different die-cutters used. Dies 05Z01, 03B01 and 04B01 probably cut by the same hand
FABRICS TN

Die 01A01 - NONIC
FORMS Cam 13 {Cam 12, Cam 56 }
SOURCE import, Die-group 01A at Trepail & Rheims
DATE
DISTRIBUTION KHL; Nijmegen, Cemetery O, TN Cam 13.
Die-group 01A at Rheims? TR Radial

Die 2C01 - NONICO, O is nested in C
FORMS Cam 3
SOURCE import, Die-group 02C at Trepail
DATE
DISTRIBUTION KHL; Andernach; Langres

Die 03B01 - /\/O/\/ICO. Small sprawling letters.
FORMS Cam 13 {Cam 10}
SOURCE import
DATE
DISTRIBUTION Prae Wood; Trier (TR57) Trier TN Cam 10.

Die 04B01 - /\/O[/\/ICO]. Sprawling letters.
FORMS large platters
SOURCE import
DATE
DISTRIBUTION Silchester

Die 05Z01
Uncertain reading only the central O is complete and distinct but the die probably reads /\/O/\/ as Trier (TR59).
FABRIC TN/ITN
FORMS Cam 56
SOURCE import
DATE
DISTRIBUTION Sheepen I; Braughing; Mill Hill, St Richard's Road Cemetery; Trier (TR59) Trier TN Cam 56.
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