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Nickneff

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Down by the river to pull out some old embossed brick. 2 are defects. I got 5 different ones. Hope you like. The Shultz is already sold! Washburn is I think the most valuable one.
ROBBYBOBBY64.
here you go boys these are my favorite kind of brick they are called advertising bricks they are by far the most valuable and the coolest above all brick. and I know about brick I've been a brick mason for 40 years
 

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ROBBYBOBBY64

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here you go boys these are my favorite kind of brick they are called advertising bricks they are by far the most valuable and the coolest above all brick. and I know about brick I've been a brick mason for 40 years
Election brick? Hell of a way to cast your ballot! LOL! I been doing tile for almost the same amount of time, 37 years now.
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Nickneff

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here you go boys these are my favorite kind of brick they are called advertising bricks they are by far the most valuable and the coolest above all brick. and I know about brick I've been a brick mason for 40 years
And you guys ready hold on to your hats if that brick was whole it would be worth around $600 wow I couldn't repair that break to make it whole but that would take the originality out of it but I could repair it I do a lot of Chimney work and when I can't get bricks the match due to they don't make them anymore I make the brick tenet it to the right color when I get finished my customers can't even tell which brick I repaired. but you'd be that good to if you've been doing it for 40 years like me have a good day guys Happy Hunting
 

Mailman1960

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I have found bricks before, didn't think people would want them just through them back. I dig a burn dump anyone collect lumps of coal kidding was thinking about taking some home to barbecue with
 

EdsFinds

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In response to your question. Yes! I'm from South Jersey, and the brick I showed you is from our local Brick Mfr. Plant that closed down in the 40s. Today, most of it has recently been turned into Dr's offices, but the other half is an overgrown wooded lot, still full of bricks from the plant. Funny that you said you are interested in the "defects," as there are tons of half-melted bricks laying around in mounds after they dozed the buildings. There are even what I call "experimental" prototypes, or odd-shaped ones of all kinds laying around. There are also tons of other artifacts laying around buried under mounds or just laying around. Bottles too! I'm only interested in actual historical relics of the plant, bottles, or the bricks that still bear the plant's name and are in "whole" condition (rare). But, should you want to see some examples of what is there, let me know. I'll snap a few pics of them and we can go from there. I just saw some that looked like they were meteorites, or volcanic rock!
 

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