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BEATRIX POTTER

History of Beatrix Potter Figurines In 1947, Lucy Beswick suggested bringing to life Beatrix Potter characters from Beatrix Potter books and in 1948, John Beswick secured the right to reproduce 10 Beatrix Potter characters. The first character to be reproduce was Jemima Puddle-Duck, which was modelled by Arthur Gredington. In 1969 Beswick was sold to Royal Doulton, and in 1989, the Beswick backstamp was dropped in favour of the Royal Doulton Royal Albert DA backstamp. The popularity of the Beatrix Potter characters was re-introduce in 1998, specifically for the collectors market. By the end of 2002, Royal Doulton ceased production of all Beswick products and in 2003 the Gold Street works were sold off to property developers.

Beatrix Potter:Mr. Benjamin Bunny SIGNED
Beatrix Potter Royal Doulton England.Mr
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Beatrix Potter:Mrs Tiggy Winkle
Beatrix Potter Royal Albert England
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Beatrix Potter:Mrs. Rabbit Basket
Beatrix Potter Mrs
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Beatrix Potter:Mrs. Rabbit-SIGNED
Beatrix Potter Royal Doulton England.Mrs
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Beatrix Potter:Old Mr Brown
Beatrix Potter s Old Mr
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Beatrix Potter:Peter Rabbit
Beatrix Potter Royal Albert England.Peter Rabbit
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Beatrix Potter:Peter Rabbit & Benjamin Bunny Basket
Beatrix Potter Peter Rabbit & Benjamin Bunny Basket ..7" x 4-1/4" x 9-1/2" tall
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Beatrix Potter:Poorly Peter Rabbit-SIGNED
Beatrix Potter Royal Doulton England.Poorly Peter Rabbit
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Dog:Spaniel Vintage Porcelain Lipper Mann Brown Spaniel Standing
Vintage Porcelain Brown Spaniel Standing 2 1/2" high 3 1/2" and 1 3/4" deep.Tab on the bottom Lipper Mann Japan..No chips or cracks in...
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