Surbiton Hill House Bricks

Six bricks ll with damage, and much wear and tear from the time. The inscriptions have been carved in to the bricks.
These paving bricks are from the grounds of Surbiton Hill House. The undersides of two of the bricks are stamped with commemorative inscriptions. 'Diamond Jubilee', made to commemorate the diamond jubilee of Queen Victoria in 1897 and the second with the partial inscription 'Edward VII Coronation June 1902'. Both are unusual as it is rare to find well dated bricks. Photograph from Oxford Archaeology.

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