- Some examples of the figures are marked Neale & Co. We can be reasonably certain that these were made in the Neale period.
- Some examples have the Wilson mark (a "G" with a crown) and it seems logical to conclude these were made in the Wilson period.
- Many examples are unmarked, rather like the gorgeous set above. In theory, these could have been made at any point over the Neale-Wilson tenure--but I would want to date them to early in that period.
Whether they are marked or not, the figures invariably have their titles impressed beneath. Similarly styled small Neale/Neale-type figures of Apollo and Ceres are titled in the same way.
Now comes the fun stuff. Look carefully at the Neale-type figures of the Four Seasons below What has changed here?