[Bell Historians] Riverside bass bell

Richard Offen richard.offen at p3UfZKVhW72pBo8-SnUkrR-gFZ6wdZncmbS8iyw8UynpJ6xfY453tIUQtmehb3BViMEgLDif0q03Et5lF-Gd9W50.yahoo.invalid
Thu Oct 9 09:08:02 BST 2008

Did they give any indication of its weight?





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On a recent visit to Eijsbouts and the Bell Museum at Asten I saw some
photos of this bell - including one with a full-sized JCB inside it breaking
out the brick core! - and there's a wooden "model" made up of six or eight
complete sections (i.e. like moulding boards) locked together. All very




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