What is the Lord Nelson pottery maker's mark?

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It's rather difficult to track down Lord Nelson pottery maker's marks. Lore Nelson Ware started in 1880 in Hanley, Staffordshire as Elijah Cotton. The brand changed to Nelson Ware in 1913 and in 1950 the term Lord Nelson Ware was being used. The maker's marks kept changing and a crown was added to the marks in 1956. Some clues to the age of marks are a mark such as 8-70 means the pottery was produced in August of 1970.
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