Master Potter - Thomas Minton
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This cache is a multi, it shouldn’t take long, but to solve it you need to visit an important location to the pottery industry in Stoke on Trent. By completing Master Potter – Thomas Minton you will find (in the cache) a number which you will need to obtain the bonus cache, Master Potter – The Kiln.
There are four Master Potters you will need to obtain the co ordinates for the bonus cache.
Master Potter – Henry Doulton
Master Potter – Thomas Minton
Master Potter – Josiah Wedgwood
Master Potter – Josiah Spode
Leading to Master Potter – The Kiln
Thomas Minton (1765 – 1836) was an English potter. He founded Thomas Minton & Sons in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, which grew into a major ceramic manufacturing company with an international reputation.
He established his pottery factory in Stoke-upon-Trent in 1793 producing earthenware and from 1798 bone china. His products were mostly standard domestic tableware in blue transfer printed or painted earthenware and china, including the ever-popular willow pattern, plus from 1820 fine ornamental chinaware.
The co ordinates listed are for the Minton family vault.
The question you need to solve to find the cache is:
XY = Thomas Minton’s grandson, Colin Herbert Campbell, died in 19XY
You will find the micro at:
53° 00.3(X+2)1 002° 12.1Y4
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum