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Plano-convex brick, Ubaid, Iraq, c 2500 BC.
Sun dried, partly fired plano-covex brick from Ubaid (early dynastic level), Iraq, c2500 BC, size 210 x 159 x 57-32 mm
Brick engraved 'NCB AW'
Two bricks engraved 'NCB AW' Possibly refers to NCB Ackers Whitley of Bickershaw Colliery near Leigh, http://www.penmorfa.com/bricks/england16.html
Diamond Jubilee brick
Brick, coal mining use. Staffordshire blue, 1897, stamped Diamond Jubilee.
Brick, made by Gadbury, found
Brick, made by Gadbury, found at Astley Green Colliery
Miniature brick, North West Water PLC
Water Supply & Sanitation
miniature brick made with ash from incinerated sewage sludge; produced by North West Water PLC
Tudor brick from Henry VIII's Palace, 1515-1523
Tudor brick from Henry VIII's Bridewell Palace, (just outside City of London), c. 1515-1523, (from the finds in the Long Gallery).
Brick, stamped Hindley Green
Brick, stamped Hindley Green collected from Astley Green Colliery, c. 1930
Bridgewater Estates brick, c.1
Bridgewater Estates brick, c.1925, probably from one of the estate coal mines.
Brick made by Astley & Tyldesl
Brick made by Astley & Tyldesley Coal & Salt Company, found at site of Nook Colliery, c. 1920
Coal mining brick
Brick, coal mining collection, marked B. C. (Bradford Common), from Ashton Moss Colliery.