The Agamemnon in a storm
Garrison Pottery 1
Garrison Pottery 2
Unfortunately, I don't have a better image of this transfer. It appears to be from the same copper plate as Moore's Pottery 2 below, with no full stop after the title.
However, the decoration of the jug is usually associated with the Garrison Pottery, and the Gauntlet Clipper transfer is the one used by that pottery. It could be that the transfer plate moved to Moore's when the Garrison Pottery closed in 1865.
Moore's Pottery 1
This transfer that appears on a Moore impressed bowl is the most detailed of those recorded. The waves crashing over the boat are particularly well rendered.
Moore's Pottery 2
No full stop at the end of the title.
A large bowl with a 'SCOTT' impressed mark, over the letter S.
The images below show other transfers that appear with this version of 'Agamemnon'.