[Bell Historians] Swiss bellfounders

Chris Pickford c.j.pickford.t21 at zCjG-5bubjy7Cc2C88_KZe9jJHo-v-HAjf23zSYSjlaTfulygE-EtRDnYWxKx4nkRXPF0vNMlfv_depvV45is7RcHOOU_g.yahoo.invalid
Tue Jan 24 02:07:43 GMT 2012

Hello Jack


Yes, the bell is about to be installed at Kalamunda Library, WA, as the hour
bell of a chime of three. The details you need are:

1. Taylor (Eijsbouts) 2011              weight 0-1-8       note A

2. Taylor (Eijsbouts) 2011              weight 0-2-0       note F#

3. Swiss, 1814                                   weight 1 cwt       note D

The Swiss bell was probably cast by Wilhelm Füssli or Fuessli of Zürich


Latest version of my list attached. I still haven’t been through yours to
check it against mine, but I can see that you haven’t done a comparison
either! My list does contain quite a lot of details missing from yours – and
in some places identifies bell locations / destinations more precisely. It’s
all “work in progress”, of course


Chris Pickford


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Hello Chris


The bell purchased in the antique shop and now in Western Australia, do you
know its actual location.  With so much happening in relation to the 50th
Anniversary Celebrations next June the first amendments to my list must have
a low priority with the ANZAB Webmaster.  Jack.

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