[Bell Historians] RE: bell maker
c.j.pickford at t...
Thu Nov 13 22:25:39 GMT 2003
There is a good account of Palmar and his mortars in the recent book on Eng=
lish Bronze Cooking Vessels & their Founders 1350-1830 by Roderick Butler a=
nd Christopher Green (2003) - available (=A343.50) from Roderick Butler at =
Marwood House, Honiton, Devon, EX14 1PY
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From: LOVE, Dickon=20
To: 'Mr R. Rosewell' ; Bell Historians (E-mail)=20
Sent: Thursday, November 13, 2003 2:00 AM
Subject: [Bell Historians] RE: bell maker
I am forwarding your request for information to the Bell Historians Email=
Group. I know of a number of bells cast by John Palmar (as I think it is n=
ormally spelt). Perhaps someone could forward some references for further i=
nformation on the Palmar founders?
From: Mr R. Rosewell [mailto:roger.rosewell at h...]
Sent: 12 November 2003 21:37
To: DrLove at s...
Subject: bell maker
Dear Dr Love
Some help please. I recently bought a large mortar made and dated by Jo=
hn Palmer 1638. I know that Palmer also made many bells. Do you have a list=
of same and any information about Palmer and his foundry? I would be extre=
mely grateful for any help or assistance.
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