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Whitefirars type Close Concentric on a clear ground. c.1930.
It used to be believed that this type of paperweight was made c.1848, but
recent research has established that they are early 20th C.
Some good references on this subject are:
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Canes are typical Whitefriars type .
Concentric pattern of single types is also typical of
The canes are right at the bottom with only a minimum
clear ground below the canes. The bottom is very concave. See
the enlargement for more detail. This is a typical Whitefriars type
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