VIIII

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Found by Michael Fallone in the Glasgow area.

VIIII

Unidentified maker. Find location would suggest Scottish origins but….

The left hand side of this brick has been chipped off.

Michael states that this brick came from a flat arch window design. The keystone (middle) would be marked one and each brick to the left and right would be marked to assist with the build. So the brick to the left and right of the keystone would be marked II, the next either side III etc etc.

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Below – see F – Flat arch.

Below – the same stamp found on a very similar shaped brick found on the Shore at Helensburgh.

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