[Bell Historians] Bell and iron founding

David Willis dcwillispiano at gUFKnFvVZuU0757LRLBUwaTWzxe7vnSUXKhJHncEoTOVVX2knznrwv7M1Ph4n-PXqiAAcT79KX3nU5haMTnS.yahoo.invalid
Mon Oct 19 19:05:45 BST 2009

It is my understanding that Whitechapel, G&J and Taylors cast their
headstocks and frames in house.
Am I correct ?
--- On Mon, 19/10/09, Carl Scott Zimmerman csz_stl at snxk57ZphZ4grpn0HfxqPColUK9OMZn-vhrydnX59isn__DWH2Pz4i41RszfJ4ydw3txcvICQ_32Wg.yahoo.invalid> wrote:

Andrew Wilby's recent letter of announcement regarding the future of 
the Taylor bellfoundry included the words "highest standards of bell 
and iron founding." I must confess to having been surprised at that. 
In spite of my long familiarity with the excellence of Taylor's work 
(having begun to learn carillon playing on a Taylor instrument more 
than half a century ago), I had never been aware that they were 
involved in casting iron.

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