BSTMP

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BSTMPBackstamp (philately)
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backstamp as well as the normal Beswick backstamp, which is worth looking out for as it usually marks a rarer figure.
Others have the traditional "Clarice Cliff Bizarre" backstamp, although Birks was paid a small royalty for each one sold.
If the backstamp is missing, I'd give it a miss, too.
In 1775 the King allowed the company to incorporate 'His Majesty''s Crown'' into the Derby backstamp and it then became Royal Crown Derby.
Lenox includes the American by Design moniker on all its packaging and the Made in the USA backstamp on all of its bone china.
He added: "The Made in England backstamp still has great kudos around the globe - and we aim to fly the flag and show that UK manufacturing is still head and shoulders above the rest in this industry.
Each piece bears the commemorative 100th Anniversary backstamp and is presented in a gift box along with a 100th Anniversary cream flannel protective pouch.
The strategy was emphasized again at Tendence 2002 in Frankfurt, as more products with the iittala backstamp were unveiled.
In 1775, King George III rewarded William Duesbury the rare honour of incorporating "His Majesty''s Crown" into the Derby backstamp.
Launched earlier this year at the Milan Furniture Fair, the emergence of iittala lifestyle was emphasized again at Tendence 2002 in Frankfurt where more products with the iittala backstamp were unveiled.
In 1775, George III granted the company the rare honour of being allowed to incorporate a crown into the backstamp.