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Lott's Bricks

also

Lott's Tudor Blocks

Lotts Lodomo

Lott's Bricks was a simple construction system using coloured blocks made from artificial stone to make buildings and other structures. It was made by Lott's Bricks, Watford, England from 1918 to around 1960

In the 1920s the base bricks changed colour from grey to dark red with blue lintels. In the 1940s purple windows were introduced. In the 1950s plastic windows were introduced

Lott's Tudor Blocks was introduced in the 1920s to allow Tudor style houses to be built

Lott's Lodomo was introduced in 1932 with extra detailing specifically for houses and small commercial buildings, with textured and painted blocks representing windows and doors, and "lower" wall blocks textured and painted to look like brickwork.


Manufacturer / Distributor

Lott's Bricks, Watford, England


Below there are manuals/leaflets and photos which can be downloaded by clicking on the appropriate image.


Photos of a Lott's Bricks Series B set. This will date from the late 1910s to the early 1920s
(Added 06/05/2022)

Photos of a Lott's Bricks set 1. This will date from the late 1920s to the 1930s
(Added 06/05/2022)

Photos of a Lott's Bricks sets 2 and 2A. These will date from the late 1920s to the 1930s
(Added 06/05/2022)

Photos of a Lott's Bricks set 2. This will date from the late 1940s or 1950s
(Added 06/05/2022)

Photos of a Lott's Tudor Blocks set 1. This will date from the late 1920s to the 1930s
(Added 06/05/2022)

Photos of a Lott's Tudor Blocks set 3. This will date from the late 1920s to the 1930s
(Added 06/05/2022)

Photos of a Lott's Lodomo set 1. This will date from the 1930s
(Added 06/05/2022)