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Seller: tripfor2 (204) 100%, Location: Shelburne, Ontario, Ships to: US, Europe, Asia, AU, Item: 191842188085 This auction is for: a cast iron antique masonry anchor plate or wall washer from France, sometimescalled earthquake washers and tie-bars or pattress-plates in the UK. They support the antiquebrick-work on old buildings to repair them. Seen in Europe, Britain & older parts of the US.Wikipedia gives the info below, & shows examples of these mounted on walls, on their site. This is one we brought back from Holland, although it's really from France. Dating from the1800's with nice symmetrical pattern. Would make a great back or ceiling-plate for a lightfixture, or outdoors around a pipe or the garden tap! Measures 12 3/4" long and 4 1/4" wideby 1" thick. Purchased in Holland from a seller we know well, this was the only French one. Auction is for ONE anchor, we only have a single of this pattern. Planned to keep this one, originally!We had ten anchor plates on eBay, in various styles, all have sold so we're putting up our last keepers.There are three more for sale on eBay, all larger versions, one matching pair and another single plate. Please see our other auctions! From Wikipedia; An anchor plate or wall washer is a large plate or washer connected to a tie rod or bolt. Anchor plates are used on exterior walls of masonry buildings, for structuralreinforcement. Being visible, many anchor plates are made in a style that is decorative.Other names and styles of anchor plate include earthquake washer, triangular washer, S-iron, and T-head. In the United Kingdom, pattress plate is the term for circular restraints,tie bar being an alternate term for rectangular restraints.Anchor plates are made of cast iron, sometimes wrought iron or steel, and are often used on brick or other masonry-based buildings. They are easy to find in cities with substantiallegacies of 18th- and 19th-century brick construction, such as New York, Philadelphia, St. Louis, and Charleston, South Carolina, and in older earthquake prone cities such as SanFrancisco, as well as earlier examples all over Europe. The tie-rod-and-plate assembly braces the masonry wall against lateral bowing. Please see all photos, as they form part of the description. Also see our other items for more!Returns available if we have NOT described and/or shown photos of any significant flaw. Please contact us if you have any concerns, we are happy to help. WE ACCEPT PAYPAL ONLY, within 3 days. All items will be as accurately described as we know how, please ask any specific questions and we'll answer to our best knowledge. Shipping to USA for flat rate fee, extra for International buyers. We use Expedited mailing option, with Tracking. Insurance adds extra cost for values over $100. *See our Selling Feedback for quality-of-service comments. 5-Star ratings.* SPECIAL NOTE: We no longer ship to Canada due to invoicing issues with the HST tax. In future, Canadian items will be listed on Condition: Very FINE condition, no chips or cracks., Color: Brown, Material: Cast Iron

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