[Bell Historians] Identification assistance
david at r...
Sun Feb 13 08:50:56 GMT 2005
Looks like Barwell's foundry mark to me, although fig 67 on p22 of
CB.Herefordshire has only one "J.B." in the shield with a "B" below. No
doubt CJP can confirm!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Carl S. Zimmerman" <csz_stl at s...>
To: "Bell Historians List" <bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Saturday, February 12, 2005 11:52 PM
Subject: [Bell Historians] Identification assistance
An Australian correspondent who found me through one of my Websites
has asked for assistance in identifying an old bronze bell. He
supplied five photos, which I have posted at
http://email@example.com under the album name
"Australian bell". He reports that it weighs about 25 kilos.
Apparently it has no inscription, but on the waist is a shield
surrounded by a wreath. In the four quadrants of the shield are the
letters J B J B. Based upon either this description or the style
visible in the photos, who might have made this bell? (I doubt that
it came from an American bellfoundry. :-)
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