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The 16”Craftsman Illuminated Solid Brass House Number box for 4 numbers will be the perfect complement to the front of your Arts & Crafts, Bungalow, or Prairie style home. This 16” x 6" x 2" plaque is made of precision jet cut solid brass and hand paddled glass. The numbers are illuminated with weather resistant LEDs. A choice of six metal finishes and four glass choices. Please select either 120 or 12 volts depending on the power source to which you are connecting. If you do not specify your house numbers in your order comments, we will contact you. Lifetime warranty - Made in the USA. Please contact us if you have any questions.
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