Brighton S

Found on the Firth of Clyde near Dumbarton, Glasgow

Following research by Heather Olson, Archaeology Laboratory Manager, The Public Archaeology Laboratory, Inc. Pawtucket, Rhode Island this brick has been identified as a product of the Brighton Fire Brick Company out of New Brighton, Pennsylvania between 1903 and at least 1931.

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Below – Brick and Clay Record, 4 May 1915, volume 46, page 3 detailing an advert for a Brighton S brick.

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Below – 2 identical examples found by Reece Newman in 50 feet of sea water off the coast of North Carolina, USA.

 

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