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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.These are usually on flat pieces, for example on a saucer but not on a cup.They can look insignificant and be difficult to read but once you know what to look for then you can date a piece quite accurately.The early patterns were marked dubarry, the logo was later changed to Dubarry.Between 1933 - 1936 Dubarry patterns were marked with the NRA logo to support The National Recovery Act.