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Lott's Bricks

(Watford, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom)

Lott's Bricks were introduced by E A Lott is 1918, taking advantage of the gap in the market following WWI, after which German imports were not available. Lott's bricks were an artificial stone material, and roofs were hinged card, decorated with various roofing materials. Lott's Bricks continued until 1960, by which time modern plastic sets such as ` Bayko were dominating the market. Buildings created with Lott's Bricks are perfectly sized to accompany vintage 0 gauge toy train layouts.


Lott's Bricks Box One set

Lott's Bricks Box One set

Lott's Bricks Set 2

Lott's Bricks Set 2

Lott's Bricks instructions booklet, sets 0-5

Lott's Bricks instructions booklet, sets 0-5

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