Historical differences between long-standing bell foundries?
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Thu Apr 26 08:43:15 BST 2012
I have long wondered about the history some of the long-standing bell foundries that still exist today. Marinelli since 1040, John Taylor since the mid 1500's, Whitechapel since 1570, Petit & Fritsen from 1660 and Eijsbouts from 1872. There are probably more.
I wonder how they compare in reputation, size, market focus, quality of product, quality of service, pricing, how they survived the world wars, etc. I would appreciate anyone's insight on these venerable companies. Thanks.
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