[Bell Historians] Anyone recognise this?

Bickerton, Roderic K (SELEX) (UK) roderic.bickerton at 9vy8WYjtwMXVFZcBJnRlcdkWr-flOJraNTM6pAKBSzaCmImN5dfSkNYU75tGSy24tQHdk-TCBthy-ERJBfFry9ZL1LNHZw.yahoo.invalid
Thu May 3 13:43:32 BST 2007

What an interesting picture. Iron headstocks and what look like latchet
stays. One bell is hung well out, the crown is way forward of the baring
line, something recently developed to stop small bells moving to fast,
particularly mini rings.
The plain bearings probably place it pre first war. The flat heads
somewhat limit how far back it could be. T head clappers, but no space
for a busk board. Could they have lignum vity bearings


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