[Bell Historians] Royal Exchange, London

LOVE, Dickon DrLove at s...
Thu Jun 26 16:51:54 BST 2003

"So allowing for 1844 weighing machines (and is it gross or net ?) it seems
to be the treble of the first set, or a replacement bell."

The 2nd of the 1844 bells was 4-1-26, so it is not beyond the realms of
possibility that this could be the second. It is a shame the WBF Daybooks
didn't record the diameters of these bells. The weight loss can be explained
by the 1921 tuning. I don't think G&J recorded the weight of the bell on


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