[Bell Historians] Take casts of inscriptions

Richard Offen richard.offen at JeKLK5ObddParMGtZq7Vixs1h2xT_VIIUBUvcLeyBX2zZAQ7prRnLljc03lqY7T2IJpVHwkHUI_oMJnUcJTe1n5M.yahoo.invalid
Mon Feb 15 23:29:48 GMT 2010

The late Nick Davies (who was a dentist) used the material used for taking
dental impressions, which was an alginate of some sort.  It proved extremely

He was even heard on one occasion to utter the words "open wide" as he
applied the substance to the bell!


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Subject: [Bell Historians] Take casts of inscriptions

I use to be the head of a scientific support unit and there are a number of 
casting compounds used for the recovery of footwear and toolmarks which 
would be excellent for the job

see the link below


if you follow the links for each item you will see the potential uses for 
each item.


Robert D S Brown
Bovey Tracey



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