[Bell Historians] Taylor bells in Denmark

Neil Skelton neil.tcct at K5pVyO0DCw22lGhUMopEuKtrkv8RVjv02jhmr3lzlGLkBSs8hC8XhauWIStb6UV3Io0hKsr07paTUNM.yahoo.invalid
Fri Dec 8 17:58:25 GMT 2006

Five bells 1914. Largest 24-2-11. All with flat tops and timber deadstocks.
The four smaller bells inscribed on the waist: JOHN TAYLOR & CO.
LOUGHBOROUGH. STOBTE MIG AAR 1914 and then a small bell over which looks
like a rams horn. The inscriptions on the inscription bands are in Danish as
is that on the waist of the largest. Taken from a photograph in Taylor's

Another photograph shows two bells for Juelsminde 1912 but no further
details. Similar lettering but cast-iron stocks for wheels. I have been
unable to find them listed in the Taylor Catalogue.

Neil Skelton.

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