[Bell Historians] Extending the pNBR

Bickerton, Roderic K (SELEX) (UK) roderic.bickerton at Lp7ZdnGzA0TneiHilE-bmKWS7GAlV0fJDvvyijYr8NtEQzf4GlrQXgnYTPBR-7t74p4nM_iafyy8Xkzwwfek4gzD-K8uqA.yahoo.invalid
Thu Jul 26 12:54:13 BST 2007

I considered a weight cut off but did not suggest it as there are a number of handball sets that are interesting and/or historically important, although not currently recorded. Any weight cut off would inevitably result in part of a ring being recorded.
Perhaps the cut of could refer to un tuned bells below 1/2 cwt, not part of a set and less than 100 years old.


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Surly the cut-off could be by size/weight, say 1/2 cwt+ . This would cover 'school bells' etc of which G&J cast many. I feel there are many great bell 'out there' but only to find them...

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	I second Carl S Zimmerman comment
	I would like to see it extended to cover all bells weather hung or
	The only cut of would be to exclude trivia.
	For example small alarm or "school" bells.
	I would think there would need to be an option for rings of 3 and above
	defaulted to yes to avoid normal searches turning up information not
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