[Bell Historians] Rudhall Rings
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Tue Nov 14 10:03:25 GMT 2006
Definitely not true - there are plenty of complete Rudhall rings left. There are at least 14 surviving eights (of which I have a list), the earliest being Monmouth (1706), and a great many sixes
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From: Mike Chester
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Sent: Tuesday, November 14, 2006 5:44 PM
Subject: [Bell Historians] Rudhall Rings
The Hawarden website says that they are the only complete Rudhall
ring. I find this surprising for some reason. Is this claim true,
based on being a ring by one Rudhall only?
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