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The 5" Craftsman Solid Brass House Numbers are 1/8" thick and 5" tall, precisely water-jet cut in California, and the perfect complement to the front of your Arts & Crafts, Bungalow, or Prairie style home. Each number is supplied with a 3/8" spacer that creates a dramatic shadow for the floating number effect, or the number can be affixed directly to the mounting surface. All house numbers are supplied with brass screws in a matching finish. Lifetime Guarantee - Made in the USA.
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