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Antique fire bricks for sale in Oakland

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  • Antique fire bricks for sale in Oakland

    Hi all,
    I bought about 2000 vintage "Carnegie"-stamped refractory fire bricks for a project that never happened, and am offering them for sale for 85 cents a piece. They have a bit of mortar on them but it comes off quite easily, so clean-up is not a big deal. Standard size of 9" x 4.5" x 2.5". I've been told these go to cone 11. Local pickup/cash only. Thanks and happy building,

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    Re: Antique fire bricks for sale in Oakland

    Do you still have any left. I am planning WFO build this summer and live in Napa, CA.

    Mike

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    • #3
      Re: Antique fire bricks for sale in Oakland

      Hi Mike,
      afraid not - I got rid of them all on craigslist a few months ago. Lots of oven builders out there! Good luck with your project.

      Kaleem

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        Re: Antique fire bricks for sale in Oakland

        Thanks for getting back to me. It looks like I need to be quicker in the future.

        MK

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