What are the minimums?

We buy brick in quantities of 25,000 or more. Additionally, we buy granite cobblestones as well in 2,000 or more quantities. If you are located in the Indianapolis area there is no minimum.

Who sells to us?

  • Cities that are replacing cobble or brick streets.
  • Contractors or demolitionists that have a turn-of-the-century buildings that need to come down.

What type of brick do you buy?

We buy brick from buildings or streets created at the turn of the century. We do not buy modern brick.

How do we get you pictures of the brick?

  • Take 10 individual bricks and lay them on white or concrete surface.
  • Take 30 assorted, colored bricks and build a pyramid showing the thin side of each brick,as if you were building a wall.
  • Use a high resolution camera only in natural sunlight.
  • Email the digital photos to: oldworldbricks@gmail.com.

Buy And Sell Bricks

We buy brick in quantities of 25,000 or more. Additionally, we buy granite cobblestones as well in 2,000 or more quantities. If you are located in the Indianapolis area there is no minimum.

Hocking Valley

These solid clay pavers come from the heartland of America. They are excellent for creating your own turn of the century project.

Hocking Valley Bricks
Hocking Valley Bricks
Hocking Valley Bricks
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Old World Clinkers

The surface of the bricks that were too close to the fire changes into the volcanic textures and darker colors.

Old World Clinkers
Old World Clinkers
Old World Clinkers
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Metropolitan Bricks

The Metropolitan Brick Company formed in 1902 built more pavers than any other company.

Metropolitan Bricks
Metropolitan Bricks
Metropolitan Bricks
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Radical Clinkers

These clinkers have an extreme radical volcanic texture that has more exaggerated features

Radical Clinkers
Radical Clinkers
Radical Clinkers
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Old Chicago

This Chicago brick came from the old Washington Pub in downtown Chicago.

Old Chicago Bricks
Old Chicago Bricks
Old Chicago Bricks
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Boston Red

These bricks were burned to various red hues, the Boston Red come from a New England school house.

Boston Red Bricks
Boston Red Bricks
Boston Red Bricks
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Purington Bricks

The Purington paver has unique coloring and is excellent for industrial pathways.

Purington Bricks
Purington Bricks
Purington Bricks
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Old Plantation Mixed

These solid core brick were created by increasing the iron content and coal firing the kilns to 1,850 degrees creating red, park red and merlot colors.

Old Plantation Mixed Bricks
Old Plantation Mixed Bricks
Old Plantation Mixed Bricks
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Granite Cobblestones

Boston, Chicago, New York City and Philadelphia had many of their older streets use cobblestones..

Granite Cobblestones
Granite Cobblestones
Granite Cobblestones
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Veneer Thin Bricks

Veneer Thin Bricks

Thin Veneer Bricks
Thin Veneer Bricks
Thin Veneer Bricks
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317-695-4643

Carmel, IN

oldworldbricks@gmail.com