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Short Guide, Scottish traditional shopfronts, published, on 18 April 2017 by Historic Environment Scotland, defines a stall plate or sill plate as: ‘An area on the sill of the display window which is curved or wide enough to take lettering, usually of the shop owner’s name or their products. Often engraved in brass and popular with certain types of retailer such as chemists.’
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