[Bell Historians] Keltek Trust and bellfounding
davidbryant at 8Glhra3fXcls8CdPVb81nGdlqmMs0z8dZAAw1otFkZNgXj4uuG95gG2grDos7qGHfE84Tdgv8NsT2BrDlmBZHFFBjos.yahoo.invalid
Mon Oct 19 14:26:03 BST 2009
The bells from Cork - they weren't that heavy - about 15 cwt. The back four were scrapped, but so far as I know the front four were used elsewhere as individual bells.
As regards second-hand bells generally, the market is usually for smaller ones - there doesn't seem to be much demand for anything over a ton no matter how good it is.
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From: erincaters at LiXSEDkEdS3a_G1VYg_RmJ1tXHK315ltCAchu4WS9jhIZ6OijpCJzhvkulSpvJQ-W936x5Dc6c4EhIZoDs1L.yahoo.invalid
Date: Mon, 19 Oct 2009 14:23:44 +0100
Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] Keltek Trust and bellfounding
Sorry -my finger was hovering too close to 'send'. Was going to finish
-Can't remember the tower
> Wasn't that proved when no buyr could be forund for a heavy ring in
> Ireland a year or so ago? I can't remeber th
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