It is clear that something happened to the pre Great War Liberty “Tudric” designs and perhaps moulds in the 1920s or 1930s. It is understood that Liberty divested themselves of the Tudric trade name and many of the
mundane designs by way of sales to Hutton, James Dixon, and Connells. Previously surplus moulds had already been sold off. Dealers think (or know) that these designs/moulds were sold to other makers who then began to produce some of these designs under their own names and brands, and sometimes using the TUDRIC name also punched to the base. This article seeks in a simple way to show designs that this website has seen that are unlikely to be the collectors’ of Liberty Tudric Pewter - first choice.