These are either confirmed or suspected foreign bricks that were found on Scottish shores ( apart from Ciepel which was found on the River Tyne, Newcastle)

  • Dutch bricks?

    These two bricks were found in the tidal muds at Grangemouth, Scotland and in the same location as a

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  • AP Green Mizzou

    This fire brick was found by Francis Caven on the Brassie Shore, north shore heading towards Irvine,

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  • HW 2

    This brick was found on the site of the old Jenny Lind Brickworks, Near Motherwell, Lanarkshire adjacent

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  • Monarch

    Found by Drew Mitchell in the Dalgetty Bay area of Fife. Unidentified manufacturer. Find location would

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  • Trojan

    Found on the old site previously occupied by the Etna Brick Works, Bathville. Unidentified maker. Find

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  • ?Savage

    Found on the Firth of Clyde, Glasgow. This appears to be a firebrick and there are possible missing letters

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  • Tenaud de Montoir

    Found on the shore at Bo’ness, Firth of Forth. This is a French brick. Joseph and Ephrem Tenaud

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  • Quigley

    Found by Tucker Kennedy at Ardrossan, Ayrshire. Does anyone recognise the logo at the end – is

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  • BJUF F

    Found by Tucker Kennedy at Glencoe. Hoganas Bjuf – Sweden. Information At Höganäs Bjuf, we

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  • AP Green Empire E

    Found at Ardrossan, Ayrshire among many a Douglas fire brick. AP Green, Missouri, USA bought the Douglas

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  • Borges 4A

    Found by Tucker Kennedy in Glencoe. Borges (?) 4A  – One would assume there missing letters after

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  • TZB 40815 – C

    Found on a landfill site in Clackmannanshire. I think the brickmark is complete. This is possibly a Harbison

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  • Laclede King

    Found on the Firth of Clyde, Port Glasgow, Glasgow. An American refractory brick made by H.K. Porter

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  • Brighton S

    Found on the Firth of Clyde near Dumbarton, Glasgow. Following research by Heather Olson, Archaeology

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  • ?F ?Holm

    Found Bo’ness, Firth of Forth. This is believed to be a Danish brick and would have been stamped

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  • Reliance

    Found Bo’ness. Unidentified maker. Find location would suggest Scottish origins but … Possible

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  • Cullinan

    Found Bo’ness. Cullinan Refractories, South Africa. Lexicon Conrand Company, South Africa . .

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  • Charente France

    Decorated brick found in a 200-year-old cottage in Charente, France by Martin Nickolls. However, the

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  • Carbofrax A

    Found Inverkeithing Firth of Forth, Scotland. Directory of clay products 1961 / 62 page 18 refers to

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  • RAJA

    Found Firth of Forth Bo’ness. Unidentified mark and maker. The find spot suggests Scottish origins

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