[Bell Historians] Cornhill Article

Andrew Aspland aaspland at xqBwfLMpmPBCs32ezfaRYhMSQZIMfgn53_4Aq1T92AArEkzr_UXJ9nWpGvfbmsNqhy8Ks8nufJ_wedcTTw.yahoo.invalid
Fri Oct 22 10:45:22 BST 2010

So do we need a breeding pair of each type?  What strange hybrids could develop if they bred with each other?  We could be lucky and get an evenly-struck Gillett & Johnston bell but there would be so much potential for disaster - suggestions please!

From: Richard 
Sent: Friday, October 22, 2010 4:22 AM
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Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] Cornhill Article

It shouldn't be a case of the 'celibate Noah's Ark' - i.e. just one example of each please. By definition that is extinction, not conservation.


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