East View of the Iron Bridge... – unrecorded
Attributed to Scott's Southwick Pottery – early imprints
This is a variation of Baker's bridge 7, with some notable differences. There are additional ships and cliffs seen under the bridge. The figure of 'Genius', on the left, has what looks like a beehive on her shoulder, representing industry. Also, under the transfer, are the words 'Nil Desprandum Auspice Deo' from Sunderland's coat of arms, which broadly translate as 'Don't despair in God we trust'. It is similar to Edward Barker's bridge view (bridge 20). The earlier imprints from this copper plate have no seagulls to the right of the ship.
Below, an early imprint with coloured enamels over the transfer, and no frog.
Attributed to Scott's Southwick Pottery – later imprints
A later imprint from the same transfer plate with coloured over-enamels. Note the 5 seagulls to the right of the central ship, which appear to have been added in a later round of engraving. Again, the mug doesn't have a frog.
Scott's Southwick Pottery
The left and centre details below are from the early imprints without gulls. The right details are from the jug with the Scott printed mark. It is hard to make out, but there is a scratch over the tail of the 'V' in 'View' that appears in all three imprints, and shows that all of the imprints on this page come from the same copper plate.