Well, you’ve got two unusaul things here. First, the raised numbers cast into the interior of the bell. I’ve never seen those before. It could be the date it was cast – May 13, 1930. It is a “later model” bell, so it could have been made in 1930.
Second, at 26″ this should be a school bell and it should have a thinner wall to make the high “dingy” sound of a school bell so people would not confuse it with a church bell, BUT, it’s got the tolling clapper attached to the stand normally used on church bells. I wonder if one of the stands got broken sometime and someone substituted a set of stands from a 30″ church bell? Both those items are unusual. — Neil Goeppinger