[Bell Historians] Historical documentation on bell manufacture and tuning

Chris Pickford c.j.pickford at t...
Mon Mar 11 10:02:34 GMT 2002

There's an account of Gillett's works of 1886, reprinted in one of their
catalogues and also in my edition of "Turret Clocks: Lists of Clocks
from makers' catalogues and publicity materials" AHS Turret Clock Group
Monograph No.3 (1995) - available from Chris McKay at chris.mckay at t....
Excuse the plug for this (though there's nothing in it for me financially).
I can post the text is people are interested

There's also an account of Whitechapel from which those wonderful woodcuts
of the works were taken, but I don't have publication details for it.

Chris P

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From: "oakcroft13" <bill at h...>
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> Does anyone know of pre-20th century published sources of information
> on bell manufacture and tuning? I know of Denison's books, of course,
> and also of Harrison's book of 1831, Lewellin's book of 1879 and
> Snowdon's book about Redenhall of 1880. I can't find much else.
> Bill H
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