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Have you bought a brick at Ibrox?

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1 hour ago, Siam69 said:

Yes, bought one for my daughter when she was born a couple of years ago, it's on the Colin Stein wall. 

Unfortunately the cert is signed by Mark Warburton, i'd much rather it was Gerrard

Though it's still framed and hanging on my living room wall. 

As I said, certain perks.  :pipe:

 

 

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I haven't seen my brick in about 18 years. Probably could use a power wash by now.

 

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I have 2 bricks through GB.  Well... One is part of a group and the other was for me.  I am about to order another 2 under my late grandad and my oldest daughter.  I bought my youngest a brick separately a year ago for her birthday,  she wanted Forever Blue on it:) 

My oldest is still deciding her wording.  

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34 minutes ago, Sweettartangirl said:

My oldest is still deciding her wording.

Open it up to the forum.

My suggestion is FTP.

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1 hour ago, geneva_ger said:

Open it up to the forum.

My suggestion is FTP.

:lol:  I think she wants to be a little more subtle haha 

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Got one for me, one for my dad and one for my uncle. 

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Going to get my son a brick in the Jak Alnwick panel.

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I didn’t buy one of those bricks, can get one cheaper in B&Q and I can use it in any way I want.

My impeccable logic breaks through yet again, one day I will have many bricks and I’ll build my own castle and wear a meat helmet. 

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Mines is in the Brian Laudrup panel just above the great man's name. Couldn't have picked it any better.

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Got one for my 30th. Nothing fancy just my name and happy birthday on the Erskine wall. 

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10 hours ago, Loyaleastend said:

My favourite is the Ethel Cardew one, Copland Rd ,   it simply says  Ethel Cardew FF Legend, Fact!   from way back in the days when I was on FF and he was indeed a  crazy fucker who could turn a  phrase, but anyway,  some moving tributes  there, got a story?  

I bought one on the managers panel - around 2003 - then my wee brothers father in law bought him one - and it ended up about 3 bricks away from mine.

 

Pure coincidence.

 

 

WATP

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8 hours ago, govanblue said:

A few????????

Actually closer to A FEW HUNDRED.  :p:

 

It is with no small amount of pride that I can confirm that the RangersMedia Erskine Fund is in fact the biggest single purchaser of Ibrox Bricks - ever!

Which brings with it certain perks...

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Fantastic to know that GB. :thumbup:

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Got mine as a wee birthday present from the auld man back when they first came out , it’s in the sandy Jardine panel at the Copland 

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11 hours ago, gmcf said:

Got me , the wife and the three kids one each on the John Greig panel when they came out . The youngest one hadn't even been born , so we gambled with a boys name . Fortunately , we now don't have a girl with a funny name :lol: 

You could’ve called him Brick :lol:

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Was thinking about starting my own RM wall in the back garden. £30 quid will see your RM username immortalised in stone for all eternity (or until the wall falls down). PM me for paypal details.

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38 minutes ago, FSM said:

Was thinking about starting my own RM wall in the back garden. £30 quid will see your RM username immortalised in stone for all eternity (or until the wall falls down). PM me for paypal details.

You should have a honorary brick for the continued top contributor on the site 

with some royalties on each brick sold thereafter 

kinda like the UVF cds the flute bands sell a wee kick back to the boys across the sea 

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11 hours ago, gmcf said:

Got me , the wife and the three kids one each on the John Greig panel when they came out . The youngest one hadn't even been born , so we gambled with a boys name . Fortunately , we now don't have a girl with a funny name :lol: 

Fair play naming your kid after a brick at Ibrox, uber staunch.

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My brother bought my Dad one at Christmas and I've got the same name, I'll take that.

ive got a fairly staunch name and it's actually on a few of the walls.

Although my father is officially one of the people with a no. And certificate ...I Wonder who got no. 1690? Or 1872?

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Got my old man one via @govanblue and a guest at our park every year took a picture for my old man so he can see it. Yeah certificate signed by Warburton but hey ho, every single step is a brick in the wall.

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Got one on the Stuart McCall wall, But got no idea what I wrote or where my original brick I ordered when I was approx 20 is.. Drunken day and went in the Rangers shop, believe I still have the receipt somewhere..

 

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                      got one for  me and one for my son when they

                      first started doing them.:pipe:

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