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Source: The Illustrated London News, Nov.17, 1855, p.579


LARGE MEDAL of HONOUR.—H. Minton and Co., Stoke-upon-Trent.

COLLECTIVE MEDAL OF THE FIRST CLASS.—Chance Brothers and Co., Oldbury ; W. T. Copeland, Stoke-upon-Trent; J. Hartley and Co., Sunder­land; T. J. and J. Mayer, Stoke-upon-Trent; F. Morley and Co., Shelton; Osler and Co., Birmingham ; J. Ridgeway and Co., Cauldon-place, Stafford; Wedgwood and Co., Stoke-upon-Trent.

SECOND CLASS MEDALS.—S. Green, Singer and Green, Swinbourne and Co., London ; W. Baker and Co., W. C. Copeland, Elmore, Forster, and Co., Pinder, Bourne, Hope, and Co., and Walker, Podmere, and Co., Stoke-upon-Trent; J. Hardman, Birmingham; Kerr and Bins, Worcester ; F. R. Pratt and Co., F. R. Pratt and Co., Fenton ; Rose and Daniel, Colebrook Dale; Shaw and Son, Burslem.

HONOURADLE MENTION.—Cottam and Hallen, Doulton and Co., G. Smith, London; Clark and Co., Wolverhampton; A. Kenrich and Son, Westbrom­wich ; T. Till and Son, Stoke-upon-Trent.