[Bell Historians] Interesting bells for sale on website

A Willis zen16073 at z...
Thu May 29 12:52:48 BST 2003

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From: Alan J.Birney [mailto:fartwell2000 at y...]
Sent: 28 May 2003 23:48
To: bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com
Subject: [Bell Historians] Interesting bells for sale on website

There are several interesting bells by Robert Wells and William Dunn

Wells bells are single bells
Dunn bells are a set of sixteen cup shaped change ringing
handbells,and come in a painted pine storage box with "Leeds ringers
1842" on the front-price £1,600. Does anyone know which "Leeds" they
came from?


I phoned the proprietor who told me that the bells came from another dealer,
and he could contact him to find out where he got them from. He assumed
that they came from Leeds, Yorkshire, but agreed that Leeds, Kent was a
posibility. The price is negotiable.

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