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What is a Fire Mark?  Answer

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Curfew is a medieval French word meaning “cover-fire.” This was the hour when all fires in town had to be put out or at least covered, so that the town felt no fear about fire starting.
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Fire Marks were some of the first "signs" of insurance. Fire Marks first began to appear in Britain in the late 1600s. At that time, fire insurance policies were beginning to be issued, and insurance companies employed their own fire brigades. Marks, or plaques, which clearly named the insurance company, were conspicuously placed on buildings in order to identify which businesses and residences were insured.
 
 
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