West Bank Old brick and Tile Works, Portobello, Edinburgh and Esperston, Midlothian. 1770 – Westbank pottery was erected for Anthony Hillcoat. 1803 – Hillcoat died. The business was taken over by his son and son in law. Roof and drain tile were the initial products. 1821 – The 1985 publication ‘A survey of Scottish brickmarks’ suggests that…
Found in Edinburgh.
West Bank Old brick and Tile Works, Portobello, Edinburgh.
My other very similar example has a hyphen in West Bank and the word lengths differ slightly.
Below – This is the same stamp but on an oversized brick with no apparent frog. The brick measures approximately 11 1/2″ x 6″ x 3 1/4″. (The bottom right corner is actually broken off although it looks like a chamfered corner).
Found by Steve Cogle in the Edinburgh area.