[Bell Historians] G&J

Richard Offen richard.offen at Jh75oY0ItBDBm4iOCdMR-7DiWUCsYdCaVBZYyGruqHuELIDwQbfZ6XfndlzKgItSF8L3H_l-zY4mo13eVH1yilizN-4.yahoo.invalid
Tue Apr 19 14:30:19 BST 2011

A diagram of the contraption can be found on page 20 of History and Art of
Change Ringing by Ernest Morris.





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Can anyone explain/describe what the clpper things are?


I remember a photo on the wall at Ingrave (Essex), of the bells when they
were removed from the tower prior to rehang and augmentation - the tenor had
a clapper which had two prongs coming out of the top, with little balls on
the end of each prong.


Is this the same thing?  



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