Genuine 19th century brass fire marks


19th Century

  • £75.00 Each
  • €89 Euro
  • $91 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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Antique set of brass fire marks used in the 19th century to inform the fire service that the building was insured. They are mounted on oak display boards. Showing genuine signs of wear and slight knocks / bending. Measurements for each are given below and include the wood mount:
Royal: 28.2cmW x 32.2cmH x 1.7cmD
Birmingham: 29cmW x 26.5cmH x 2cmD
District Fire Office: 27cmW x 26.7cmH x 2cmD
County: 17.8cmW x 24cmH x 2cmD


19th Century

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