I have done some research on your Goss pieces.
William Henry Goss (1833-1906), who owned a pottery named the Falcon Pottery in Stoke on Trent, is credited with the idea of creating small crested ceramic pieces. The factory started making these pieces about 1858 and continued after Mr. Goss's death until 1939.
Queen Victoria even owned several pieces of Goss.
My research indicates the following retail store values for your pieces:
Lighthouse - $40
Basel Jug - $26
Lobster Pot - $22
Newcastle Jug - $26
A private seller to a dealer can expect 40-60% of the retail values.
If you want additional information, there is a Goss Collectors Club found at
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