Found Firth of Forth, Torryburn

Unidentified maker however find location would suggest Scottish origins but…

There were at least 6 of these at the find spot.

The IIII likely refers to the angle of the curved brick and therefore how many bricks are required to make a full circle with a specified diameter.



Below – the same stamp on a curved brick of unusual symmetry. Possibly a different manufacturer from the brick above but again the mark will signify a particular reference to the angle of the curve.  Found North shore of Firth of Forth

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