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They range in style from the simple addition of the date to the gable end brickwork, to dates and initials of the original owners, to patterned brickwork beneath the dates and initials. In some instances, there are intricate flower and coronet patterns in the brickwork.

The patterns are created by the use of vitrified headers, or bricks whose ends are burnt to a dark blue-black in the kiln.

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Dating buildings was a common practice among the English forefathers of the West New Jersey’s earliest settlers.

To those interested in historic buildings and the early architecture of the area, “gable end” houses are a familiar sight.

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