[Bell Historians] Trebles on higher numbers

Peter Humphreys pfh at w...
Wed Aug 11 09:50:50 BST 2004

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Removing metal from the outside could deface any inscriptions etc.
which, I assume, is the main reason why tuning is effected nowadays by
removal from the inside only.

But there must be many examples of bells where the external diameter has
been reduced at the rim to correct tonal errors.


-----Original Message-----
From: Carl S Zimmerman [mailto:csz_stl at s...] 
Sent: 11 August 2004 06:06
To: bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] Trebles on higher numbers

(Why else would tuning be 
done on the inside rather than the outside?) 

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