The Post WW2 mark saw a change in the backstamp, once again with variations to the theme. Wild son of Thomas C. We think Royal Albert is an area of collecting many people have overlooked, due mostly to a lack of any good reference book on Royal Albert itself. By the 's during the war, Wild continued to produce and export. Much approved of by the tea-party hostess of the nineteenth and early twentieth century. Hanson, B.
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Royal Albert Backstamps, Hallmarks, Dating and History
Tea sets were its main product. An important source of export revenue for the hard-pressed British economy, Wild became listed on the stock exchange in and as a consequence was able to raise funds for expansion. The Albert Works was owned by Thomas Wild and his sons who specialised in affordable tea, breakfast and dessert wares with floral designs. By the 's during the war, Wild continued to produce and export. Wild was joined by his two sons who, after their father's retirement in the 's sought to rationalise the somewhat unwieldy expansion and modernised the St Mary's works.