[Bell Historians] Selby's Apparatus for Silent Practice

E. John Arthur john at Kid0BRmTcxUeIPogxQrKXzxQik_7ccnkaUsTaUjvo70r4cFw9H6fhDtx4V0JP2V9QE94DjLEwvmLeBYRZ4BD-KdYDlUn.yahoo.invalid
Tue Oct 30 20:24:38 GMT 2007

See "Development of British bell Fittings" by Jennings page 139-141.

John Arthur 
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Neil Skelton 
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  Sent: Tuesday, October 30, 2007 7:54 PM
  Subject: [Bell Historians] Selby's Apparatus for Silent Practice

  I have an advert for Blackbourn & Greenleaf, when in business at 100, Bedwyn Street, Salisbury in the late 19th.c which claims, inter alia, that they were 'Sole Fixers of Selby's Apparatus for Silent Practice'. 

  Has anyone come across such an apparatus and where one might be extant and if so how it differs from a Seage's Apparatus for Silent Practice?

  Neil Skelton.

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