Seller: verg117 (2,184) 100%, Location: Kensington, Maryland, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 252656817420 This is a Historical BRICK from MELWOOD PARK, Maryland. The brick comes from the house built in 1672. The brick was made by the slaves. Interestingly, the brick has porcelain in one end. The slaves experimented with the porcelain to make dishes, cups, cookware. It measures about 8 1/2" X 3 3/4" X 3" ( 21.7 cm X 9.6 cm X 7.7 cm ). Melwood Park was the home of Ignatius Digges, whose daughter, Mary, married Thomas Sim Lee, twice Governor of Maryland. Lee died there in 1819. General George Washington visited there four times and Martha Washington once. In the War of 1812 British Officers stopped there briefly. * If you need more info about the House, please let us know. For questions, please contact me at 301-922-5838 before placing your bids. You can pay by Paypal. Payment is due within 7 days of date of purchase. We only ship on Tuesdays. For Domestic Transactions, we ship via USPS Priority Mail and Insured up to the final value of the item. For International Transactions, we ship via USPS Priority Mail International and Insured up to the final value of the item. Upon your request, we can mail your package by USPS Standard Post (7-10 business days), Media Mail (books and printed matter), or by First Class International where available. Also, if you have any other carrier of your preference like UPS of Fedex, we will be glad to accommodate your request. Shipping this item in the USA via Priority Mail is approximately $ 25.85. Please ask for specific location charges in the USA and Worldwide. Shipping price may vary upon final price of item. We charge the same as the US Postal Service. Please note that if the Actual Shipping Cost at time of shipping is lower than quoted, we will Refund the shipping adjustment difference. Please look at my other auctions here on e-Bay. Thanks for looking and good luck !