1  (Early Series)    Tall baluster-shaped vases, small flared lip

Does this shape appear in other series?  No, not exactly.   Later Series 100 is similar to 1/12 but somewhat plumper.
Later Series 177 and 'A' Series / Kerryl A91 also used this shape but with an extra 1950s-style feature of round holes at the shoulder ('gladioli' vases).  Early Series 41 was "same as 1/10 with handle" (see below).

Four sizes are recorded, with inch suffixes 8, 10, 12 and 15.

       Height; 25 - 26 cm

       Height; 30 - 31 cm
Colonial Attic Antiques,
Spotswood Vic.
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1/8 M
Base inscriptions on both these pieces include a date;
  Remued  Hand made
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   Height; 39 cm.

    Norman Collection
Remued's larger size variants usually have an upper limit of 10 or 12 inches but here is a 15 inch vase! - one of the tallest pieces known.
(For the very tallest see Early Series 470/18)

Simply Sold
Un-numbered, unsigned.

1/8 is known to have been in production in 1934 (based on the dated pieces above) but by the time this shape-book entry was made it had apparently been dropped from the range.

Shape book 'E'
Peter Leach
Peter Leach
The shape-book entry for Early Series 41 says "same as 1/10 only Hld" (handled). No example is recorded for Early Series 41 however, and as can be seen here, 1/10 did appear with a handle. Its shape-book entry also shows a handle.
    Redcoat Soldier Antiques, Sale Vic.
    Image; Stuart Lawson
Base un-numbered, stamped PPP.
Painting signed R.Hawkins.
Height; 40 cm.
Next number in Early Series
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       Height; 20 - 22 cm

Base incised 41/12

As noted above, Early Series 41 appears in a shape book annotated 'same as 1/10 only handled'.
This piece has no handle and its size matches not 1/10 but 1/12. It looks like it was initially incised 1/12, with the 1 being subsequently (and mistakenly) "corrected" to 41.

Collection; 'W'