[Bell Historians] Tenor Weights

Chris Pickford c.j.pickford at t...
Thu Sep 12 08:24:46 BST 2002

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Peterborough is a bit puzzling. I don't think Whitechapel retuned them, bu=
t possibly they were weighed afresh. It's unusual for bells from any foundr=
y to increase in weight on being weighed again!

On Towerbase, surely this is derivative anyway? - and mainly (if not exclus=
ively) based on Dove. I very much doubt if Andrew has done the sort of traw=
ling needed to amend or update Dove entries, so I suspect it's a mistake.

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Nick Bowden:
Does anybody know for certain which is the correct tenor weight for
Peterborough Cathedral, 21-2-20 (Dove & RW 3938) or 21-1-20 (TowerBase & =

...or indeed why it was always 21-0-0 at St John-the-Divine?!

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