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Bricks
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More significantly historic bricks. I have booked to do some brickmaking workshops wth schools in Merseyside. It would be nice to show them some real old brick types in contrast to modern ones. Does anyone have any Tudor/17th/Great brick in their "to be dumped in a skip" pile. Happy to pay for p&p or carrier costs- I only need one or two.

pm me if you can help (I'm in Lancashire so could collect locally!)

Cheers

Peter
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#2
an unerground trade in ancient artefacts.. I am shocked ! Smile

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#3
Managed to uncover some early 20th century bricks marked DUREX from a site in Wales once...
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"Managed to uncover some early 20th century bricks marked DUREX from a site in Wales once..."
That reminds me of the old joke about a poor man's vasectomy, using two bricks! ouch [xx(]
Seriously though, m300572- have you tried your local museums? to see what they have in store.
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