Collecting Australian Bricks



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Reply JamosIsove
1:49 AM on June 13, 2021 
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Reply Ron
2:55 AM on August 15, 2020 
Welcome to the site Margaret Have a look around the town and see what branded bricks you can find. In regional towns where the Railways once the railways opened up city brickyards sent pressed bricks out by carriage loads by this time the dark reds. Also your town would have had local bricks yards from day one, these are harder to find and require much research. Try with your local Historical Society. If that fails long enduring research through Trove will get results.
Reply Margaret Healy
1:53 AM on August 15, 2020 
Gday, folks. Great siteð???ð??¼. Wondering if you can point me in the direction for finding out brick suppliers to the Cunnamulla/Engonnia area in the late 1800â??s thru to mid-1900â??s. TIA MH
Reply Ron
9:06 PM on August 4, 2020 
Hi Jacqui Campbells was a large company in Brisbane, though not rare these bricks are old and worth preserving. There a few early variatiions that are hard to find.
Reply Trevor
12:46 AM on October 6, 2019 
I found a brick in a creek bed near an old mining town site. the cream coloured brick has I.Sharp on it. I cannot find it as an australian brick.
Reply Jacqui Baldwin
4:01 PM on March 6, 2019 
Are bricks valuable? I have a campbell brick from Brisbane. Just curious
Reply Terry-Anne
3:45 AM on March 3, 2019 
I have found a half brick on the beach at port Hughes south Australia .
It has the letters FREB .. on it .
Can anyone tell me about it ? Please
Reply Barry Jenkins
5:37 PM on October 26, 2018 

Have found a brick here at Mumbil, NSW, with an a large S stamped on it. Any clues??