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    • #11670
      thebellhastole
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      Attached is a photo of my bell. it is 19 1/2″ at the bottom. the yoke is marked NO 4 YOKE 1886. it appears to be a CS Bell? I would like to know the age and possibly the foundry. Thanks

    • #16196
      jackbell
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      Yours is a Hillsboro, Ohio bell. 1886 is the year the yoke was designed. Type “cs bell” into our search. There’s lots of info. The foundry cast bells into the 1930’s and dating most of them is impossible. Some larger Hillsboro bells, 24″ and up, were dated on the interior, but not many. The few dates I’ve seen were 1898 through 1901 and 1918 through 1921.

    • #16197
      Anonymous
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      Unfortunately, when one attempts to do a search for the C. S. Bell Company using our search feature, the following message appears:

      The following words in your search query were ignored because they are too common words: bell c s co.
      You must specify at least one word to search for. Each word must consist of at least 3 characters and must not contain more than 14 characters excluding wildcards.

      Therefore, the way to find these postings is to scroll down through all of the pages of the “Big Bells” forum and look for the words C. S. Bell in the subject areas.

      Admin (Carolyn)

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