Pot dating codes
This means formerly Spode as the name continued to be used because the Spode brand had become so well-known.
Above is an unusual backstamp which includes the name of the pottery body (ie recipe).
Pieces were not always marked and sometimes just a pattern number appears and no Spode name at all.
There are several series of letters and a different letter is used to indicate the year depending on whether the body is bone china, fine stone or earthenware.It is possible to have a combination of all three. Above is the image of a backstamp with the Spode name, the pattern number 967 and another small red cypher, which is a workman's mark. 1833 to 1847: the company was known as Copeland and Garrett.Marks appear with this name printed or impressed and often include ‘late Spode'.For starters, there's the Reverb Price Guide which has thousands of entries with pictures and details on various guitars and other gear.Some browsing around the Fender section of the Price Guide can definitely help you find which model you have.