[Bell Historians] Re: Levels of Bell Production

Chris Pickford c.j.pickford.t21 at vrSt04C4VoS1G2GScNBZnc3TLoUvMxlxKaw6S6DAq0lseiX-QBp9ouZcs4kLRyZ5Pvhh-eqJI-MWR0YibTCMhdc3OhA2KQ.yahoo.invalid
Sat Oct 17 13:37:00 BST 2009

Forgot to say earlier

Another key thing about this is that available figures are likely to be numerical - i.e. number of bells cast. More meaningful, yet harder still to establish, would be the figure for tonnage, i.e. total weight of bells cast in a given period.

Probably a tendency in recent years for there to be more bells numerically but smaller ones - so an apparent increase in activity may in fact mask a decline (or the decline is more serious than it appears)

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