[Bell Historians] Re: Enquiry

Alan Buswell aaj.buswell at fvdxKUebVM_O607x612pes1j272D7QWXw1NF8WNIpogeIoO43BkkWtyIlpM81sFKND26fZBaV9ACtDa0md-4MVVazzk.yahoo.invalid
Tue Apr 10 16:29:31 BST 2007

The only Air Ministry (Admiralty) bell I have in my records is one cast in 1938 in Nickel-Silver and not tuned.There is no serial number, 12 5/8" diameter weighing 0-1-18. From G&J Volume 14, p7.
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  Subject: [Bell Historians] Re: Enquiry

  --- In bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com, "David Bryant" <davidbryant at ...> 
  > I've had an enquiry from a chap who wants more information on a bell -
  > photos at http://www.bellhistorians.org.uk/enquiry/
  > It looks to me like a small G&J sand-cast bell. Can anyone come up 
  with any
  > more information? In particular, what is the mark on it?
  > David

  Not surprisingly we have a large number of these bells in LL. It is 
  of cvourse a bell cast by Gillett and Johnston for the Air Ministry in 
  1943. See LBBF page 103 

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