Carlisle Brass ‘7’ Numeral PVD Stainless Brass


  • Solid brass
  • PVD brass finish
  • Fixing screws supplied
  • Height 76mm
  • Numbers 0-9
  • 25 Year finish guarantee

Door numbers have been compulsory in London since 1805. New streets were named and the houses numbered from 1765 onwards, when an Act of Parliament was enacted to bring a sense of order to household addresses. This design has an air of Victorian panache to the sweeping, round-ended typeface.

Solid Brass Screw Fix Numbers

The 76mm brass number is now the most common method of house numbering and is available in the PVD brass finish.

PVD Stainless Brass

PVD Stainless Brass is a finish which has a unique 25 year guarantee. Stainless brass is produced by a process known as physical vapour deposition (PVD).  In laymans terms the process involves chrome plating, with zirconium, in a vacuum chamber at high temperature. The resulting finish is a highly polished brass look, which is impervious to oxidation or tarnishing.  


25 Year finish guarantee</li>
Material – Brass</li>
Finish – PVD Brass</li>
Height 76mm</li>
Supplied individually complete with fixing screws</li>
Numerals 0-9</li>


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