South East View of the Iron Bridge... – bridge 1
The items on this page aren't yet attributed and could come from either Sunderland or Tyneside.
This is very similar to the unrecorded view on the previous page. However, on this version the word Sunderland is in block capitals. The small boat to the right is black inside. The bricks on the underside of the bridge are reflected in the water, a detail lost on the later examples with coloured enamels below.
The second larger mug below is from the Sunderland Museum & Winter Gardens, Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums collection. Their catalogue attributes this transfer to the Garrison Pottery, although I'm unsure on what basis. Note that the second mug has a building on the horizon to the left of the bridge. It was either added during a subsequent engraving, or the imprint is from a different copper plate. It is hard to be sure from these photos, but note also differences in the boat to the right of the transfer.
This is Baker's bridge 1, here shown with coloured over-enamels. It is similar to the transfer above, with a building at the top left, but the bricks on the underside of the bridge are no longer reflected in the water. The second larger mug is from the Sunderland Museum & Winter Gardens, Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums collection.